Campbellsville Elementary School fifth-graders are learning about the Bill of Rights.
In their social studies classes, students are learning the rights they are guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, and why they are important.
Donna White and Jessica Lile are talking to their students about how amendments are made to the U.S. Constitution, and why the first 10 were created.
In their discussion, students are talking to each other about which of the Bill of Rights they believe is the most important.
White and Lile are also talking to students about what their lives might be like without the Bill of Rights.
CES fifth-graders Austin Gabbert, at left, and Will Wooley take notes as they learn about the Bill of Rights.
CES fifth-graders Marissa Segura, at left, and Lilyan Murphy read notes about the Bill of Rights.
CES fifth-graders Mellany Parker, at left, and Destiny Lane talk about which of the Bill of Rights they believe is most important.
CES fifth-graders Ellie Wise, at left, and Chris Cox work together as they learn about the Bill of Rights.
CES teacher Donna White talks to fifth-grade students about the Bill of Rights. From left are Destiny Milby, Kate Billeter and Simon Wilkerson.
CES teacher Jessica Lile discusses the Bill of Rights with fifth-graders, from left, Dakota Broyles, Miley Hash and Javarius Gurley.
Campbellsville University education student and CES student teacher Kayla Hisel talks with fifth-graders about the Bill of Rights. From left are Skylar Wilhoite, Gabriel Noyola, Bronson Cox and Daisy Wilkerson.