The United States Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787, by 39 of the 55 delegates of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia’s Independence Hall. For more than 50 years, Americans from across the nation have set aside this week to commemorate the importance of the event.
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Constitution Week Sept. 12-16, 2016
Activities at Rio Salado College
||“What It Means to be a U.S. Citizen”
||“Civic Awareness and Voter Registration”
||Classroom Activity: Drafting Class Constitution and Student Bill of Rights
Classroom Activity: Discussion on the election process and Electoral College
||Classroom Activity: What the Constitution Means to Me
Classroom Activity: Poster Presentation: Citizenship and Global Citizenry
||Constitution Week Daily Trivia Challenge
Activities in the Community