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, …
Wisconsin Civics Games
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.
The inaugural Wisconsin Civics Games are almost here! Here are some important final details for volunteers, judges, moderators and teams.
High school students across the state will face off this weekend in the regional competitions of the inaugural Wisconsin Civics Games.
The Wisconsin Civics Games will receive an additional $5,000 grant from The Evjue Foundation, the charitable arm of The Capital Times, the foundation announced Wednesday.
The WNA Foundation will award $2,000 scholarships to each member of the winning team of the inaugural Wisconsin Civics Games.
The WNA Foundation will host the inaugural Wisconsin Civics Games on Feb. 23, 2019, at the State Capitol in Madison.
The Evjue Foundation, the charitable arm of The Capital Times, has awarded the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation a $5,000 grant to support its effort to launch a statewide high school civics competition.
The WNA Foundation Board of Directors met Thursday to discuss long-range goals at the WNA office in Madison.