This supplement created in partnership with the League of Women Voters is designed to familiarize students with the local election process, follow current issues on the ballot and guide student through the legislation process while acquainting students with their local legislature.


This three-part series explores science related themes in relation to the sights and sounds at the fair, as well as associated science concepts to this year’s special Super Heroes attraction. Each article provides students with resources to understand the science behind the fair.


This program is designed to help teenagers prepare to be safe drivers and passengers and reduce the risk for everyone on the road. As a result, students will know how to be a safe driver on the road, how to prevent accidents and what to do if an unsafe situation occurs.


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