High School’s ‘We the People’ team today at courthouse

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Late notice but Jackson Hole High School – We the People (Bronc Law) is happening soon at the Municipal Courtroom (Hansen Courthouse).

Twenty-eight high school seniors from JHHS We the People team will be performing six presentations related to government, politics, and law. These topics are anchored in the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights. Specific topics include everything from the Freedom of Speech and Immigration to the United States Congress and Supreme Court.

We the People is a civic education program designed to foster well educated and active citizenship. Our Jackson Hole High School team recently qualified for the Wyoming State Finals, which will be held in Laramie on Monday February 11. This special event will help our students prepare for the finals.

Please consider dropping by and attending this event. Today, February 5 from 2:30 to 4:00pm at the Municipal Courtroom (Hansen Courthouse) on 145 E Hansen.

Special thanks to Teton County legal community, Judge Melissa Owens, and the Scarlett Family Foundation for their support.

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