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Rogers gets early start on Constitution Day

Rogers gets early start on Constitution Day

Students across Missouri observed Constitution Day on Monday with special lessons about the great document. Rogers Elementary School got an early start last Friday thanks to a visit from President James Madison, the so-called ‘Father of the Constitution,’ who was portrayed by Principal Patrick Keenoy. Students had the opportunity to sign the Constitution, just like the Founding Fathers did.

Rogers gets early start on Constitution Day

Rogers gets early start on Constitution Day

Students across Missouri observed Constitution Day on Monday with special lessons about the great document. Rogers Elementary School got an early start last Friday thanks to a visit from President James Madison, the so-called ‘Father of the Constitution,’ who was portrayed by Principal Patrick Keenoy. Students had the opportunity to sign the Constitution, just like the Founding Fathers did.

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