2015 National Showcase

Want help solving a community problem? Look to Project Citizen students for guidance and leadership! The 2015 Project Citizen National Showcase displays the know-how of students to solve their own local problems through civic engagement. This year's classes dealt with a wide range of issues, including: too much salt in school lunches, the ill effects of statewide testing on the elementary school level, air quality within their city, and the unhealthy effects of food coloring, just to mention a few topics. The achievement levels for this years participants are:



Superior

Arizona*
(Lineweaver Elementary School)

Colorado
(Lincoln Elementary School)

New Jersey*
(Florence M. Guardineer MS)

New York
(PS 122 Q. Marnie Fay School)


Exceptional

Florida
(American Senior High School)

Florida
(Palm Springs Middle School)

Nevada
(Thurman White Middle School)

Ohio*
(Winton Woods Middle School)

Oregon
(Southwest Charter School)

Oregon
(Columbia Christian School)

Rhode Island
(Edwards S Rhodes School)

Rhode Island*
(Lawn School)

Washington
(Evergreen Middle School)


Outstanding

Alaska
(Unalakleet School)

Minnesota
(Cyber Village Academy)

Minnesota
(Irondale High School)

Wisconsin*
(Salam Middle School)






Each portfolio was evaluated three times. Achievement level results are based on the average score of the three rounds of portfolio evaluation during the national showcase.


*Electronic Portfolio 


Special Recognition to all the Project Citizen teachers and students in the nation for their work on Project Citizen during the 2014-2015 school year. 



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