Noon Optimists hold constitution project


Optimist Club member Stephanie Moos hands out books to fourth-graders at Heritage Elementary as part of the Constitution Project.

Optimist Club member Stephanie Moos hands out books to fourth-graders at Heritage Elementary as part of the Constitution Project.


Judge Jeffrey Reed engages with fourth-graders at Heritage Elementary as part of the Constitution Project.

Judge Jeffrey Reed engages with fourth-graders at Heritage Elementary as part of the Constitution Project.


LIMA — The Lima Noon Optimist Club held a Constitution Project with all fourth grade Lima schools students during the week of Sept. 24.

The project was chaired by club member Judge Jeffery Reed. The club gave teaching curriculum from the Liberty Day Institute to Lima teachers, who spent a portion of social studies time teaching fourth grade students about the nature of America’s democratic republic and the freedoms and rights individuals are guaranteed by the Bill of Rights.

Students are also taught the branches of government, the foundations of American government and the responsibilities of American citizens.

Optimist Club member Stephanie Moos hands out books to fourth-graders at Heritage Elementary as part of the Constitution Project.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2018/10/web1_IMG_0574-002-.jpgOptimist Club member Stephanie Moos hands out books to fourth-graders at Heritage Elementary as part of the Constitution Project.
Judge Jeffrey Reed engages with fourth-graders at Heritage Elementary as part of the Constitution Project.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2018/10/web1_IMG_0576-002-.jpgJudge Jeffrey Reed engages with fourth-graders at Heritage Elementary as part of the Constitution Project.

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