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We The People class focus of KNPB show Friday night

The 2013-14 class taught by Milt Hyams (seen here after taking first in the state competition at the Nevada State Legislative Building in Carson City) features Torii Baker, Marcella Collins, Maddie Findlen, Abigail Floam, Misha Gehring, Mariposa Gollery, Mia Harbaugh, James Larson, Caroline May, Jack Miller, Sophia Mourelatos, Elise Nelson, Sam Reber, Kenny Savelieff, Kerrie Tonking, Evan Vomund and Sarah Wright.

The 2013-14 class taught by Milt Hyams (seen here after taking first in the state competition at the Nevada State Legislative Building in Carson City) features Torii Baker, Marcella Collins, Maddie Findlen, Abigail Floam, Misha Gehring, Mariposa Gollery, Mia Harbaugh, James Larson, Caroline May, Jack Miller, Sophia Mourelatos, Elise Nelson, Sam Reber, Kenny Savelieff, Kerrie Tonking, Evan Vomund and Sarah Wright.

High school students learn in-depth lessons about American government and history through a program of study and competition called, “We the People: The Citizen & the Constitution.”

In early February, the Incline High School We The People class bested seven Nevada schools en route to winning the state title. Incline will represent Nevada on April 25 at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., in the national We The People competition.

The Incline students will be featured on “A Conversation,” airing on KNPB, Reno’s PBS Station, on Friday, Feb. 28, at 8:30 p.m., re-airing March 2 at 5:30 p.m.

According to the show’s description at www.knpb.org, “host Brent Boynton tracks the progress of highly competitive Incline High School students as they drill and compete with the help of one of the program’s original students and community volunteers.”

To get involved with We the People, visit www.nvbar.org, call 702-317-1408 or email kathleend@nvbar.org.