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There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.


John Hamilton | News Journal

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.


John Hamilton | News Journal

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.


John Hamilton | News Journal

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.


John Hamilton | News Journal

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.


John Hamilton | News Journal

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.


John Hamilton | News Journal

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_DSC_0151.jpgThere’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display. John Hamilton | News Journal

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_DSC_0145.jpgThere’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display. John Hamilton | News Journal

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_DSC_0153.jpgThere’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display. John Hamilton | News Journal

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_DSC_0157.jpgThere’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display. John Hamilton | News Journal

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_DSC_0154.jpgThere’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display. John Hamilton | News Journal

There’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_DSC_0152.jpgThere’s nothing humbug about the Clinton-Massie eighth-graders’ “Christmas Carol” project-based learning displays at Clinton-Massie Middle School. The students were asked to design a museum exhibit that reflected the themes of the Charles Dickens classic — a 3-D door knocker, a timeline or from the the Victorian Era, and drawings of period-specific items in the display. John Hamilton | News Journal