Back in December, Civics students sparked their knowledge about issues facing our community. Adults from around the community came together to talk to the teens about how they could get involved to make a change.
Students analyzed data about our community gathered in the 2014 Itasca Area Youth Survey. They chose a topic within the community that concerned them and then developed an action plan, presented it to classmates and community members, and are writing letters to local legislators. "This project involves students living, breathing, and doing Civics,” said GRHS Social Studies teacher Brielle Carlson.
And the students are ready to share their information with you. Just click on the images below to see a pdf of their presentations.
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