Kathy Hand
​Executive Director
kathyhand@comcast.net 

Our Staff

Our Staff

All of the staff for Civic Ed. Washington State are picked by Kathy Hand herself.

Our Focus

  • Educate teachers who will then educate students in:
    • the foundation of our democracy
    • their privileges
    • their responsibilities

Please click on the link below to view an article by the Seattle Times that highlights the importance of Civic Education and our We The People programs.

​​Our We The People State Competition winners, Tahoma High School, scored 8th at the National Competition!

Our Mission

 Civic Education Washington State seeks to promote an enlightened and responsible citizenry that is committed to democratic principles and actively engaged in the practice of democracy in the United States and in other countries.

*Covid-19 Notification*


We are sad to announce that due to Covid-19, many of our programs have been disrupted and/or cancelled this year.

For Students:

The Washington DC Competition was cancelled due to the outbreak of Covid-19, however an online competition was organized so as not to forget our student's hard work

This year's Project Citizen Competition has been cancelled because the students were not in school long enough to complete their projects.

For Teachers:

We are moving our Project Citizen training to an online summer training with the opportunity to gain 40 free clock hours. If you are interested, please contact Kathy Hand right away to be included.


Please be sure to help stop the spread by:

  • Wearing a mask
  • Washing your hands
  • Continuing to practice social distancing
  • ​Disinfecting your surfaces regularly

*we include this for Mastery Learning*

Welcome to Civic Education Washington State!

Our goal is simple: To train the teachers that will guide our youth.

 

This organization promotes the principles and practice of democracy.

Civic Education Washington State

We The People & Project Citizen