December 2013 We can’t believe it’s the giving season again! Already holding onto red cups from Starbucks and wearing down jackets. The holidays are fast approaching and we can’t catch our breath in between all of our events and workshops! But that also means it’s Give!Guide season, again. If you haven’t participated in Willamette Week’s Give!Guide before, it is so much fun. Donate and you’ll be entered into raffles each time you do. Plus, CLP has BIG things in store for our donors. Both Rogue & The Roseland have promised fun incentives for our own raffles so start now by heading to the Give!Guide’s donation site.
November 2013 Representative Jessica Vega Pederson from East County will be joining Rep. Brent Barton for a panel on the 2013 legislative session. Don’t miss Rep. Dennis Richardson and Rep. Jason Conger for the Republican side, too. Sen. Brian Boquist and Sen. Jeff Kruse will fill us in on the Republican perspective from last session and looking ahead to see what’s in store for next year. Don’t forget to check out the rest of our line-up and to register! Haven’t registered? Check out our fantastic deals for those of you traveling, teachers needing subpay and, of course, students.
2013 We know you’ve been waiting for it! Register your team and download the case here.
2013 CLP’s 12th Annual Golf Tournament was a success – despite a downpour! Check out photos by clicking here and watch for next year’s save the date!
The 2013 Legal Citizen Dinner drew more than 400 guests to the Governor Hotel in Portland to honor Legal Citizen honoree, Governor Ted Kulongoski, and Civic Educator of the Year, Karen Rouse. Read more and view photos.
Grant Constitution Team Finishes First in the Nation and St. Mary’s Academy Takes First in the 2013 State Mock Trial Competition!
2013 Congratulations Grant High School Constitution Team for your outstanding performance at the We the People National Championship! For the second year in a row, Oregon Constitution teams have claimed first place in the nation! Read more in this Oregon Live article.
Click here to read more about St. Mary’s victory and view photos from the Mock Trial State Competition.
2013 iCivics is a web-based education project designed to teach students civics and inspire them to be active participants in our democracy. iCivics is the vision of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, who is concerned that students are not getting the information and tools they need for civic participation, and that civics teachers need better materials and support.
- GAMES – Specifically designed for classroom use, these games are fun, engaging, and aligned with state standards.
- LESSON PLANS – Written by master teachers, the lessons reinforce and expand on the games.
- INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES – Interactive features such as a message board, recognition of student service, and competitions further engage students to create their own civic ideas and projects.
- MORE TO COME – iCivics is currently developing additional games, lesson plans, and interactive activities that incorporate topics including: Balance of Power, Foundations of Government, and Civic Engagement.
Learn more at www.icivics.org.