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Students At Idle Hour Elementary Study The U.S. Constitution

Photo courtesy of the Connetquot Central School District.

At Idle Hour Elementary School, third grade students in Stephanie Zelinski’s class participated in a lesson about the U.S. Constitution in honor for Constitution Day on Sept. 17.

The students first learned how the government was founded, which led to a history lesson and discussion on the three branches of government and why the Constitution was created. The students also received a copy of the Constitution from the PTA, which was the perfect opportunity for Idle Hour Elementary School students to study its parts: the Preamble, the Articles and the Bill of Rights. Most importantly, the students learned that the Constitution is a living document and how the government can amend it.

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