HIllsdale Area Career Center

Constitution Day/Citizenship Day (All Students)

The Constitution, the Articles, and Federalism: Crash Course US History #8

Health Sciences

Health Sciences students have been exploring ethics and medicine using a variety of texts. My Sister's Keeper was used to discuss a variety of questions that have legal and ethical implications. Discussion regarding the connection to the intent of the Constitution and the idea of being a good citizen.

Cyber security

Students discussed the fundamental rights of humans and how the Constitution protects those rights. Discussion questions were provided to students and the discussion was connected to cyber security and a persons right to privacy in the digital world.

Public Safety

Students in Public Safety were shown a presentation on the Basics of the Constitution.


Students will be able to summarize the history of the Constitution

Students will be able to discuss the importance of the Constitution

Students will create a pictoral representation of the Bill of rights

EBW.TV News Story

Scott May, a Port Huron High School graduate and former RESA TEC student, finished in 22nd place in the world for CNC milling at the WorldSkills Competition in Kazan, Russia. The competition took place August 22–27 and showcased trade skills from construction and building technology, creative arts and fashion, information and communication technology, and more. In his profile interview with World Skills USA, May said he loves that his skill allows him “to create nearly anything one can imagine.” He also said that the more one perfects skills in the trade, the more knowledge of things one has to create, and that’s what drives him to perfect his talents. May has been involved with SkillsUSA since he was a junior in high school. Through the rigorous training that goes into competing, he says he’s improved his soft skills as well as his technical skills. Last year, May won the national SkillsUSA title in CNC milling, representing St. Clair County TEC. At the bi-annual World Competition this year, thirty-one young people from around the world competed in CNC milling at Kazan.
Meet Your WorldSkills USA Team: Scott Curtiz May


Students in the Welding program had a great discussion about the Constitution and how it relates to the military and military history. Marine recruiter Sgt.Oldenburg & PFC Hoath led the discussion and question answer session.

Construction Trades

Students stepped back in time to discuss what it was like during the Revolutionary War. Included in discussions were materials that they used during the time on the Constitution and the importance of the document to today's industry.


Teachers were provided resources to use for Constitution Day. The emphasis was to be on connecting it to your curriculum. Teachers could use the following resources or others that they found relevant to their programming.