After evaluating our inaugural competitions and surveying the participants, the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation is excited to announce the dates for Year 2 of the Wisconsin Civics Games!
See video of the 2019 Wisconsin Civics Games, including remarks from Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Patience Roggensack and Gov. Tony Evers.
Platteville High School students Spencer Olds, Alex Sonsalla, Jacob Sherer and Liam Reinicke are the champions of the inaugural Wisconsin Civics Games.
Sotomayor commends students for their “impressive level of knowledge of their government, their rights, and their duties as members of a democracy.”
Join the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation on Friday, March 29, in Madison or at WisEye.org for the Wisconsin Civics Games finals.
The Wisconsin Civics Games state finals competition has been rescheduled for Friday, March 29, at the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison.
After careful consideration of the forecast, the Wisconsin Civics Games state finals has been postponed due to winter weather expected across the state.
During a recent Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Central Time” segment, WNA Foundation Board Member Eve Galanter spoke with Judith Siers-Poisson about the meaning of civics, the importance of participating in the political process and why the WNAF decided to launch the Wisconsin Civics Games.
MADISON – Nearly 100 students from 25 schools competed today in the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation’s Civics Games regional competitions. The teams, each comprising up to four students, faced off head-to-head to answer questions about the state budget, local elections, legislative term limits, quorums and other civics-related issues. Competitions were held at UW-Eau Claire, Barron County,…
Following a week of school cancellations due to frigid temperatures across the state, the Milwaukee regional Civics Games have been canceled. Regionals in Madison, Green Bay, Rice Lake and Platteville will proceed as scheduled.