Dallas ISD students sing, help escort Holocaust survivors at groundbreaking ceremony (video)


Students from Anne Frank Elementary School and Skyline High School played a big role in the groundbreaking for the new Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum that is scheduled to open in summer 2019.

Skyline High School students provided music and Anne Frank Elementary students escorted holocaust survivors to the stage.

“We are so thrilled to have these Dallas ISD students here helping escort our survivors in and providing the music, and we look forward to being able to have so many more students from Dallas ISD visit the museum,” said Mary Pat Higgins of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum.

The new Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will feature a 250-seat theater, classrooms, a library, and much more. The new museum will accommodate more students, teachers and visitors on a daily basis.


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