HELENA, Mont. — Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen announced the winners of the 2022 US Constitution Contest on Wednesday. Students from Great Falls, Boulder, Red Lodge, Plevna, Townsend, Clancy, and Kalispell were honored.
Secretary Jacobsen encouraged students in grades K-12 to participate in this year's contest, Why the Constitution is Important to Me, by…
HELENA, Mont. — Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen and Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen are proud to announce the 2022 Montana Youth Vote election will be conducted Monday, October 31, through Friday, November 4.
Secretary Jacobsen and Superintendent Arntzen encourage all Montana students in grades K-12 to participate in the election to gain practical…
LEWISTOWN, Mont. -- Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen traveled to Lewistown this week, meeting with county election officials, business owners, and high school students during the trip.
Secretary Jacobsen visited with Fergus County Election Administrator/Clerk and Recorder Janel Tucek and Deputy Clerk, Abbie Craig, discussing the upcoming election season. Fergus County will hold a…
BELT, Mont. -- Sarah Dollenger appreciates that poetry is open to interpretation.
"My freshman year I took a creative writing class and kind of found a love for poetry," said Dollenger, a senior at Belt High School, "and it's just kind of carried throughout the years.
That love for poetry led to Dollenger submitting…
LIVINGSTON, Mont. -- Molly Gilbert isn't your typical sixth-grade student.
“I’ve been writing songs for a long time; since I was 4 I would write little songs. This is the first time I actually did something with one,” Gilbert said.
Gilbert's song, "What the Constitution means to me," was recently named the winning entry in…
SHERIDAN, Mont. -- Students and staff at Sheridan High School were recently honored for their participation in the "What does the US Constitution mean to me" contest. Sheridan, led by teacher April Wuelfing, boasted the highest percentage of participation of any high school in Montana.
"Typically, I do incorporate some sort of lesson around Constitution…
SHERIDAN and LIVINGSTON and TOWNSEND, Mont. -- Six Montana students have been recognized for their work in the 2021 'What does the US Constitution mean to me' contest constructed by the Montana YouthVote Program.
Students from Sheridan, Livingston, Townsend and Belt were named winners in the contest, which was eligible to all Montana students K-12.
BUTTE, Mont. -- Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen visited Butte Central Catholic High School on Tuesday, delivering United States and Montana Constitutions to students.
Tuesday's visit was the latest stop in Secretary Jacobsen's effort to ensure Montana students receive a copy of the US and Montana Constitutions.
"It was a great morning meeting with students and…
HELENA, Mont. – Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen and Superintendent of Public Schools Elsie Arntzen are excited to announce a new website for Montana students geared toward civic education and voting. The YouthVote Program website was officially launched during a Constitution Day celebration in the Capitol rotunda on Friday.
Under the guidance of the Youth Voting…