Other Special Programs for Students and Teachers

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Constitution Day takes place on September 17th every year.  All agencies receiving federal funds commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution on or about September 17th.  The Orange County Department of Education and partner organizations offer a number of resources and events for teachers and students.

  • Constitutional Rights Foundation - OC Annual Constitution Day Event for High School Students, learn more!

The People v. Goldie Locks Lesson Plans: Download

Heroes Hall

Heroes Hall at the OC Fair & Event Center is a free, permanent, year-round museum with exhibitions, performances and educational programs that celebrate the legacy of Orange County veterans and others who have served our nation. The two-story exhibition space will rotate themes semi-annually with each focusing on an aspect of the personal stories and experiences of veterans.

National Endowment for the Humanities Grants:

Teaching about the Holocaust: Southern California Teacher Forum on Holocaust Education

Every year the United States Memorial Museum, in cooperation with the University of Southern California (USC), will present "Teaching about the Holocaust: Southern California Teacher Forum on Holocaust Education', a three-day teacher professional development forum. The program will take place at USC and is offered free to teachers. More information can be found by visiting United States Holocaust Memorial Museum website.

James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation