Naomi Elementary School posted a mock election for pre-K through fifth grade students. Fifth-graders researched the candidates and their campaigns. After conducting their research, the fifth-graders created campaign posters and displayed them around the school campus. They presented their research to the other students in pre-K through fourth grade by sharing their findings in videos they created in the green screen room inside the school's media center. Finally, all students reported to the media center to cast a vote on Election Day. Angel Raines, the school's media specialist, and her assistant, Eva Mulkey, helped re-create the voting experience for students and also taught them about the requirements for voting in the United States.
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