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Sixth Graders Investigate Julius Caesar's Death!

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The sixth grade Social Studies classes participated in a "room transformation" where they had to play the part of CSI investigators. They were greeted at the door with ID tags and detective folders which contained important information on the assassination of Julius Caesar.  Their job was to travel to different stations where they had to examine evidence and in the end, come up with an indictment as to who committed the crime:  Was it the jealous senators or Julius Caesar himself? "We had a blast getting into character and solving the crime," said Mrs. Dunham. "I'm happy to report the students have made their decision as to who is guilty and this case is officially closed!"