Advanced Placement US and Comparative Government students hosted a Civics Fair March 14 during lunch periods so the student body could have a chance to see the displays and engage in conversations about government.
“The students came up with some great ideas to present information about term limits, the Electoral College, making Election Day a national holiday and finance reform, to name a few,” said Tom Kuhn AP US and Comparative Government instructor and coordinator of the event. “They don’t just present information, though; they also must devise ways to make implementation of the reforms possible,” he said.
Retired MHS social studies instructors Bill Gorski and Tom Jurco were among the judges for the Fair.
The top five projects will continue on to state competition.