Democracy, civics and active participation in the community are not things with which we are born — they must be learned.Which is why Classroom Law Project brings vital and engaging civics and law-related education programs into Oregon schools, teaching students at all grade levels the values and skills essential to being a participating citizen in our democracy. Each year, our innovative, timely, practical and fun programs involve and inspire over 700 teachers and 50,000 students across Oregon. We are fortunate to partner with Lewis and Clark Law School.
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Bob and Marilyn Ridgley Classroom Law Project Scholarship Awarded to Ms. Guadalupe (“Nina”) Lopez, Parkrose High School We the People and Mock Trial Teams
From left to right: Mr. Richard English, Parkrose High School; Ms. Barbara Rost, Classroom Law Project; Ms. Susan Rohol, CLP Board Member and Nike, Inc.; Ms. Guadalupe Lopez, Scholarship Recipient; and Mr. Brian Talcott, CLP Board Member and Dunn Carney Allen Higgins & Tongue LLP
On June 6, 2016, Parkrose High School senior Guadalupe “Nina” Lopez received the Bob and Marilyn Ridgley Classroom Law Project scholarship, which totals $8,000 toward college tuition. Ms. Lopez is a dedicated daughter and sister, as well as an excellent student with a passion for political science. She participated in Parkrose High School’s We the People and Mock Trial programs. Ms. Lopez intends to study political science and anthropology at college in the fall with the goal of becoming a political strategist. She is well on her way. Congratulations, Nina!
LINCOLN WINS WE THE PEOPLE NATIONALS, GRANT PLACES THIRD
Congratulations!! We are so proud of our Oregon Teams for another outstanding year!
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CLP 2015-16 Annual Report
We are proud of the work we accomplished during the 2015-16 year.
A big thank you to our wonderful community of students, teachers, volunteers and supporters who helped to make it all possible.