Constitution Week

The observance of Constitution Week runs annually from September 17 to September 23. On September 17, 1787, members of the Constitutional Convention signed the final draft of the U.S. Constitution.

For almost 250 years, the Constitution has served as the most important document in American history and government. This sacred and important document established our national government and fundamental laws and has protected and guaranteed certain basic rights to citizens of the United States.

Storytelling Contest

Students of Ensign Peak Academy were invited to submit a story about the US Constitution. Here are the winners:

1st Place: Hannah Van Orden (Prize: $50)

2nd Place: Kendie Young (Prize: $40)

3rd Place: England Perry (Prize: $30)

Students on the Radio

Enjoy these Ensign Peak Academy students sharing facts about the US Constitution on their local radio station:

Alice Hamaker

Denny Hamaker

Denny Hamaker

Denny Hamaker

Jane Hamaker

Jane Hamaker

Jane Hamaker

Heidi Hamaker

History Mentors Share Stories

Our wonderful history mentors celebrated Constitution Week by sharing stories about the Lord’s hand in the history of the US Constitution. Watch these inspiring videos with your family:

Von Hansen:

Ben Muhlestein: