May 19, 2016
MASON, OH – Mars Hill Academy sixth grade students recently held "World War II" day, a culmination of weeks of studying about this pivotal time in world history. Students gave presentations on a variety of WWII topics, dressed in period costumes, played games, and had an authentic WWII luncheon complete with SPAM, a truly American food icon. Many students wore the actual uniforms and displayed medals, including a Purple Heart, from their great-grandparents who served in the war. An MHA sixth-grade tradition, World War II Day honors those who served, and those who gave all, to our country.
Photo: Mars Hill Academy sixth grader Josiah Miller wears his great-grandfather’s military uniform, including a Purple Heart and other honors, for the school’s World War II day. Josiah did his project on "The Liberation of the Philippines", where his great-grandfather was stationed during the war.