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Happy Birthday to the U.S. Constitution

On Sept. 17, 1787, the Founding Fathers signed the U.S. Constitution. Since then, the Constitution has served as the supreme law of the land. The Constitution, along with the Bill of Rights and other amendments, define our government and guarantee our rights. Each year on Sept. 17, Americans celebrate Constitution Day and Citizenship Day. This is a time we can reflect on the rights and responsibilities of citizenship and what it means to be a U.S. citizen.


Constitution Day at North

 Welcome George Washington

North second graders had some special visitors Sept. 15 to celebrate Constitution Day — George and Martha Washington! Students learned about the constitution, our first president and the American Revolution.

Tiger Paw Constitution Day collage

 I Pledge Allegiance

You’re never too young to learn about our nation! Tiger Paw students in Melissa Dollar’s class have been working to learn and recite the Pledge of Allegiance and to recognize U.S. symbols. We love these adorable faces and smiles!

OHS Constitution Day

 Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday to the U.S. Constitution! OHS students in Mrs. Floyd's government class threw a birthday party for the U.S. Constitution complete with cake, decorations and singing! 

South Constitution Day


South third graders exercised their freedom of assembly to gather for a picnic after learning about the United States constitution.