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We the People News
Howell Finishes Second in 'We the People' Competition
LivingstonDaily.com |  January 19, 2012

HowellHS-WethePeopleAchieving its highest overall total score in eleven years, students from Howell High School placed second at the Michigan state We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution state finals in Lansing on January 6.

East Grand Rapids High School placed first, qualifying to participate in the 25th Anniversary We the People National Finals, April 27-May 1.

Student Audra Hudson said that We the People, “was a good experience to prepare us for the future. It allowed us to participate as citizens and learn how it is to be involved in our government...Also, we had fun while doing it, which is an added bonus.”



 
Scholars Academy Brings Home State Title
WMBF News |  January 17, 2012


Scholars Academy placed first in South Carolina's We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution state finals on January 6. 

With their first-place finish, the Scholars Academy students qualify to compete in the 25th Anniversary We the People National Finals, April 27-May 1 in Washington, D.C., and at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.

Wilson High School placed second; Carolina Forest High School finished third, and Wando High School was fourth. 

Click here to view a video profile of the Scholars Academy students from WMBF News (contains commercial advertisement). 
 
Southeast Portland's Franklin High Achieves a First with District Constitution Team Win
OregonLive.com |  January 16, 2012

FranklinHS-WethePeoplePortland's Franklin High School won the We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution title for Oregon's third congressional district. They now proceed to the state competition at the Hatfield Federal Courthouse in Portland this weekend. High school classes from Franklin, Lincoln, Junction City, Lake Oswego and Grant will be competing.

Portia Hall, the Franklin High School coach, said, "The kids get so much out of it [We the People]. It brings everything to life: politics, government and their own involvement as citizens. They know how to write papers, do research and work as a team. They develop such self-confidence."

The winner of Oregon's state finals qualifies to compete in the 25th Anniversary We the People National Finals, to be held in Washington, D.C., and at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. 
 
Prescott High School Team Places Fourth in Constitution State Competition
The Daily Courier |  January 16, 2012

Prescott High School placed fourth in Arizona's We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution state championship on January 6 at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. Corona del Sol High School in Tempe placed first.
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More than four hundred students competed in the state competition, which was sponsored by the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education and the Arizona Supreme Court.
Teacher Mark Goligoski said, "our students did an amazing job and represented our school with poise and class throughout the competition. The students really knew their stuff. For them to have the experience, do the work, to perform the way they did, they really stepped up and did it."

The championship qualifies Corona del Sol to represent Arizona in the 25th Anniversary We the People National Finals, held April 27-May 1 in Washington, D.C., and at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.

 
 
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