Peeping into history

History classes complete annual project using popular Easter treat

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Thomas Drake's Peep project featured a representation of the March on Washington.

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History students' Peep Into History projects
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History students’ Peep Into History projects

“I chose the peep project that I did because it’s the first thing that popped into my head. 9/11 is a devastating time and it touches people’s hearts. My mom helped me design how I did it. It basically represents how the towers were burning and crashing down.” -Makayla Rogers

Jamison Key
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Jamison Key

“I chose to do this peep project because I’m interested foreign and domestic markets. I designed it the way I did because I think it resembles significantly how office life intervened with the drastic downturn  of financial markets.” -Jamison Key

Morgan Tibbs
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Morgan Tibbs

“I picked my project because I have always been in the civil rights movement. The Little Rock Nine was a big part in the history of Arkansas. I did my project the way I did because that is exactly what I imagine when I think of Little Rock Nine.” -Morgan Tibbs

Avery Uthoff's Peep project
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Avery Uthoff’s Peep project

“I picked this project to do because I admire art. I also admire Grant Wood’s work.  I did my project the way that I did because I thought that it would be a lot easier to make an art easel than a shoebox for an art project.”-Avery Uthoff  

Maddigan Carroll
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Maddigan Carroll

“I chose the peep project that I chose because a lot of the people love that trial because they think it’s kinda funny how he got accused of all that and weaseled his way out.  I designed it the way that I did because I put like a picture of a peep being stabbed kind-of like the girl was. I also had O.J and his lawyer with the little glove on.” -Maddigan Carroll