JUDGE REGISTRATION

07
Jan
2022

State We The People Competition - Judge Registration

01/07/2022 7:00 am -6:00 pm

 

 

Competition Overview

The Statewide We the People: The Citizen and The Constitution State Competition is held each year where the simulated congressional hearing provides high school students an opportunity to address historical, political, and constitutional issues before a panel of three judges acting as a congressional committee.  The entire class, working in cooperative teams, prepares and presents four-minute statements before a panel of community representatives acting as a congressional committee.  Students then answer follow-up questions posed by the committee members.  The winning team at state is invited to the National We the People Competition.  This year’s virtual competition is broken into a morning round from 7 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., and an afternoon round from 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. with both rounds including 45-minute virtual judge orientation on a different date.

To serve as a judge at this academically intensive event, one or more of the following qualifications should be met:

  • Sound Knowledge of Historical, Political and/or Constitutional Issues
  • We the People Alumni (at least 3 years removed from competition)
  • Educator in American Government, Civics, or Political Science
  • Expertise in One or More of the Unit Questions (See Unit Questions here)

Please complete your registration no later than December 8, 2021.

If you are not available to serve as a virtual judge on January 7, 2022, but would like to make a contribution to the program, please click here to donate online or send a check made out to the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education to be used to help further the We The People: The Citizen & The Constitution program in Arizona.  (Please send ATTN: Susan Nusall, 4201 N. 24th Street, Suite 210, Phoenix, AZ 85016)

The We The People program is available to all Arizona 4-12 grade students.

The Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education is committed to equitable treatment and the recognition of the rights of all individuals to mutual respect and to be treated fairly.  All organizational efforts throughout all programs, by both staff and volunteers, are directed towards creating an environment that is based on these values.

 

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07
Jan
2022

State We The People Showcase - Judge Registration

01/07/2022 12:00 pm -5:00 pm

Showcase Overview

The Statewide We the People: The Citizen and The Constitution State Showcase is held each year where the simulated congressional hearing provides middle and high school students an opportunity to address historical, political, and constitutional issues before a panel of judges acting as a congressional committee. The entire class, working in cooperative teams, prepares and presents four-minute statements before a panel of community representatives acting as a congressional committee. Students then answer follow-up questions posed by the committee members. This year’s virtual showcase is from 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. including a 45-minute virtual judge orientation on a different date.

To serve as a judge at this event, one of more of the following qualifications should be met:

  • Knowledge of Historical, Political and/or Constitutional Issues
  • We the People Alumni
  • Educator in American Government, Social Studies, Civics, or Political Science

Please complete your registration no later than December 8, 2021.

If you are not available to serve as a virtual judge on January 7, 2022, but would like to make a contribution to the program, please click here to donate online or send a check made out to the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education to be used to help further the We The People: The Citizen & The Constitution program in Arizona.  (Please send ATTN: Susan Nusall, 4201 N. 24th Street, Suite 210, Phoenix, AZ 85016)

The We The People program is available to all Arizona 4-12 grade students.

The Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education is committed to equitable treatment and the recognition of the rights of all individuals to mutual respect and to be treated fairly.  All organizational efforts throughout all programs, by both staff and volunteers, are directed towards creating an environment that is based on these values.

 

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07
Jan
2022

State We The People Competition - Facilitator Registration

01/07/2022 7:00 am -6:00 pm

Competition Overview

The Statewide We the People: The Citizen and The Constitution State Competition/Showcase is held each year where the simulated congressional hearing provides middle and high school students an opportunity to address historical, political, and constitutional issues before a panel of judges acting as a congressional committee. The entire class, working in cooperative teams, prepares and presents four-minute statements before a panel of community representatives acting as a congressional committee. Students then answer follow-up questions posed by the committee members. This year’s virtual competition is broken into a morning round from 7 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., and an afternoon round from 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. with both rounds including a 45-minute virtual Unit Facilitator Orientation on a different date.

Unit Facilitators will time the student hearings, ensure the judging panel submits scoresheets, monitor the Zoom meeting room, and serve as a liaison between the judging panel and Foundation staff.

To serve as a Unit Facilitator at this event, the following items are required:

  • Strong internet connection
  • Access to a computer, laptop, or tablet that includes a webcam
  • Timing device (stopwatch, clock, etc)

 Please complete your registration no later than December 1, 2021.

The We The People program is available to all Arizona 4-12 students.

If you are not available to serve as a facilitator on January 7, 2022 but would like to make a contribution to the program, please click here to donate online or send a check made out to the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education to be used to help further the We The People: The Citizen & The Constitution program in Arizona.  (Please send ATTN: Susan Nusall, 4201 N. 24th Street, Suite 210, Phoenix, AZ 85016)

The Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education is committed to equitable treatment and the recognition of the rights of all individuals to mutual respect and to be treated fairly.  All organizational efforts throughout all programs, by both staff and volunteers, are directed towards creating an environment that is based on these values.

 

 

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