National Invitational 2019

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Miami Lakes Middle School Places First in We the People National Invitational

 
Miami Lakes Middle School placed first in the Seventh Annual National Invitational, held at the National Conference Center May 3-6, 2019. Fishers Junior High School came in second place and Rachel Carson Middle School placed third. Hundreds of middle school students demonstrated their knowledge of government and the U.S. Constitution by participating in congressional hearings. You can find full results on our National Invitational results pageCongratulations to all competitors!
 
 
 
 
 
 

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