Milan 6th Graders Hold Titanic Museum

A fun activity this morning at Milan Schools.

Photos by Chloe Hunter.

(Milan, Ind.) - This morning in the cafeteria at Milan, Mrs. Pott’s 6th grade class hosted a Titanic museum for all students to come see.

The students provided each visitor with a “ticket” card with an actual Titanic member’s name. At the end of the museum and listening to many students talk about the different things that happened, visitors figured out if they were a survivor of the Titanic.

The 6th graders researched and made Titanic models to bring their ideas together. Students played the role of Titanic survivors, and even dressed for the part. 

6th grader, Connor Hileman (pictured above), welcomed the visitors into the cafeteria by explaining what happened at the Titanic and what visitors will see as they explore the museum. 

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