A parent watches fifth-grade student Robert Staron, 11, (center) as Ray Charles and Albert Salvi, 10 (right) come to life as Scott Joplin after pressing the activate button on his guitar at Fremont Elementary School in Mundelein, Ill. where students portrayed famous African-Americans in their own Wax Museum. With parents invited to visit the school, more than 270 fifth-grade students portrayed famous African-Ammericans and come to life with a push of a button to tell their story.
Tribune photo by David Trotman-Wilkins
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