From left, Juliette Klassen (a bolshevic), Lucas Debie (Alexi Romanov) and Ali Gifford (Alexandra Romanov) discuss the "news of the day" at Da Vinci's Night at the World War I Museum. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo

Next Generation

Night at the WWI Museum

By From page A10 | March 20, 2014

Every year, for a night, Da Vinci Charter Academy transforms itself into the battlefields of Europe, where World War I rages and students become participants. It is the biggest project of the year for Da Vinci sophomores, who spend six weeks studying the war and creating exhibits that bring the war to life. This year’s World War I Museum Night, which took place earlier this month, included exhibits on the role of Red Cross nurses; French ambulance drivers, the use of mustard gas and more.

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