Feb 10, 2012 / 2012 National Finals, E-news, Volume 4, Issue 1
Tags: 2012 We the People National Finals, Blackfoot High School, civic education, civics, Idaho, We the People, We the People National Finals
Students from Blackfoot High School placed first in Idaho’s We the People state finals. Blackfoot Mayor Mike Virtue called the competition “amazing.” “These young people represent the community well,” Virtue told the Blackfoot Morning News.
The students qualify to compete in the 25th Anniversary We the People National Finals April 27-May 1 at George Mason University in Virginia and in Washington, D.C.
Glenn Rawson said that because of We the People “students turned into citizens.”
Student student Nesso Forest said that We the People gave him a “great feeling of success.”
If you would like to donate to Blackfoot High School’s National Finals Travel Fund, please click here and be sure to note “National Finals – Idaho” as the purpose of your donation. Donations to the We the People Program are also accepted here.
To learn more about the 25th Anniversary We the People National Finals, visit the National Finals website.