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In religion class, seventh grade students at Wyoming Area Catholic School recently researched individuals who have fought for human dignity and rights. The project required them to create cereal boxes that educated their classmates about the person they studied. The box displayed biographical information, “ingredients” or characteristics of each person, a game and a prize reflecting the cause the person studied. Additionally, students gave an oral presentation telling their classmates about the accomplishments of their human rights champion. With the completed projects, first row, from left, are Michael Serafin, Jonathan Renfer, Nick Lombardo, Alivia Serkosky, Mia Cordillo, Emma Hunter and Zeb Moses. Second row: Robert Sedlak, Grace Holmes, Emma Broda, Jayden Halstead, Olivia Orlando, Brooke Casey, Sebastian Beck and Andrew Phillips. Third row: Callen McCarroll, Justice Shoats, Matthew Prociak, Maya Kasa, Jordan Molitoris, Jordan Chepalonis, Molly Moran and Carissa Benderavich. Madelyn Cecil and Saige Stempien also participated.