The commons at Lewis and Clark Middle School have been transformed into a voting precinct for our mock presidential election. Middle school students are voting during their history classes where they learned about the voting process, filled out the voter registration forms, and watched several videos about the election.
“This election activity was a great real-life lesson. The students learned about the election process, voter registration, political campaign strategies, and the importance of American citizens taking advantage of their freedom to vote,” said Gina Stukenholtz, 7th grade history teacher.
“I feel like I paid attention more with this election- it seemed more important because I understood it more,” said Tori Yocom, 7th grade student.
All data is compiled in a spreadsheet and the results of the election will be announced at the end of day tomorrow, November 6th.