Social Studies - Daniel J. Evans Civic Education Award Program
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Carol Coe, Social Studies
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Social Studies

Daniel J. Evans Civic Education Award for Students

Nominate a Deserving Student Today

Named after former Washington State Governor Daniel J. Evans, this award recognizes four students, two from Western Washington and two from Eastern Washington, for their civic leadership and academic achievement in social studies.

Who is eligible for the Evans Award?
Any student in grades 3–12 who has successfully completed an OSPI-developed classroom assessment in civics and who is a civic leader in his/her classroom, school and/or community.

How are students nominated for the Evans Award?
Teachers, principals, counselors or other school personnel may nominate students online. The deadline to nominate is June 1, 2013.

How are the winners selected?
Winners are selected by a statewide committee of social studies leaders. Two students from each side of the state receive recognition.

How are the winners recognized?
Award-winning students and their parents and teachers are invited to Olympia to participate in Civic Education Day, which is held in February each year. Awards are presented in a ceremony at the State Capitol.

Please contact Social Studies Program Supervisor Carol Coe for more information.

 

Congratulations to Washington’s 2011-12 Daniel J. Evans Civic Education Award Winners

Samuel Watson
Cedarcrest Middle School, Marysville

Tiffany Johnstone
Cedarcrest Middle School, Marysville

Jackson Elsasser
Touchet Schools, Touchet

Marissa Elsinghorst
Touchet Schools, Touchet

Past award winners

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