WY.1. Citizenship/Government/Democracy: Students demonstrate how structures of power, authority, and governance have developed historically and continue to evolve.
SS8.2.2. Students understand the historical perspective and issues involved in the development of the U.S. Constitution.
SS8.2.3. Students recognize the basic principles of the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights, and other amendments and are able to identify those principles in real-life scenarios.
WY.4. Time, Continuity and Change: Students demonstrate an understanding of the people, events, problems, ideas, and cultures that were significant in the history of our community, state, nation and world.
SS8.4.1. Students identify people, events, problems, conflicts, and ideas and explain their historical significance.
SS8.4.3. Students analyze the impact of historical events and people on present conditions, situations, or circumstances.