207 Declaration Drafts

Hailey E.

Article I: The Legislative Branch
There should be 6 people representing the class of 207, one student from each row. The class should elect the representative.
They would serve a term of 2 months. In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be 13 years old and you must have gone to Burdick for at least a year. Each row of the classroom will send up the same amount of representatives, 1. If you think that the president is doing a bad job, you can impeach him if you get enough votes to get him out of office, at least 20 people have to vote. The sum of 5 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law. The president must agree to a bills before it becomes a law.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
A president’s term is 4 weeks long. A president is elected throughout the classroom. The president must be 13, been in Burdick for a year, and have a 3.0 or higher Grade Point Average (GPA) If someone disagrees with the president, they cant change them because they already had the choice. You cannot become a president if you have been absent 5 times unexcused, or if you have gotten more then 3 detentions. There will also be a vice president, who would be the person with the second most votes from the class. If a President is Absent, the vice president would fill in. Also, if the President was to be impeached then the vice president would also fill in for them until the term was over.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Each classroom has there own judge and jury. The Classroom is the Jury.
The president of the classroom elects a judge. A judge can work as a judge for one month.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
If there is going to be a change in the constitution, 95% of the people in the classroom must agree to the amendment. No state in the classroom is aloud to go against any rules that are in the constitution. Citizens should be able to vote at the age of 13.

- Everyone should have a freedom of speech
- Everyone should have a freedom of religion
- Everyone should have a freedom of the press
- Everyone should have a freedom of protesting
- Everyone should have a freedom of doing what they want when homework is finished.


Justin R

Preamble: We the people of room 207 have the basic rights as humans. To have liberty respect, and justice we the people also formed the constitution.

Article I: The Legislative Branch Section 1: Number of Representatives 3 people shall make the laws of this country. Section 2: Selection of Representatives is In a battle Section 3: Term of Service Legislators shall serve a term of 3 years. Section 4: Age and Citizenship In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be born and raised in are country. Citizenship Requirements: If your parents or even you was born in the U.S you is a citizen Section 5: Representation of States Section 6: Impeachment of the President No you can’t unless his time of serving is over or he die. Section 7: Salary of Legislators Shall be paid the sum of 5 bags of chips per month. Section 8: Legislative Quorum The sum of 22 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes a law. Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws Yes because we need him to sign it.

ARTICLE II: The Executive Branch helps Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term 3 months. Section 2: Selection of the President is to vote for him. Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency 13 years of age. Section 4: Presidential Salary The President shall be paid the sum of 4 candy bars and 5 bags of chips per month.

ARTICLE III: The Judicial Branch makes sure the laws in the class are being followed. Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges Is to have a 2.0 G.P.A. Section 2: Term of Judicial Service Is 4 months?

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime Kicked out of the class. Section 2: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution No you can’t Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters Yes because we have to be ready just encased we are attacked by the other class. Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters Yeah each row has the right to disagree with a diffent state. Section 5: Bill of Rights is top ten amendments. Section 6: Double Jeopardy Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination you Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land Unless the person that own the land agree to give to them. Section 9: Bail and Fines Section 10: Income Taxes yeah we have income tax Because we need to collect are school fee. Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 15. Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties Is the president job?

Hailey Ewing.


Article I: The Legislative Branch
There should be 6 people representing the class of 207, one student from each row. The class should elect the representative.
They would serve a term of 2 months. In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be 13 years old and you must have gone to Burdick for at least a year. Each row of the classroom will send up the same amount of representatives, 1. If you think that the president is doing a bad job, you can impeach him if you get enough votes to get him out of office, at least 20 people have to vote. The sum of 5 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law. The president must agree to a bills before it becomes a law.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

A president’s term is 4 weeks long. A president is elected throughout the classroom. The president must be 13, been in Burdick for a year, and have a 3.0 or higher Grade Point Average (GPA) If someone disagrees with the president, they cant change them because they already had the choice. You cannot become a president if you have been absent 5 times unexcused, or if you have gotten more then 3 detentions. There will also be a vice president, who would be the person with the second most votes from the class. If a President is Absent, the vice president would fill in. Also, if the President was to be impeached then the vice president would also fill in for them until the term was over.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Each classroom has there own judge and jury. The Classroom is the Jury.
The president of the classroom elects a judge. A judge can work as a judge for one month.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS

If there is going to be a change in the constitution, 95% of the people in the classroom must agree to the amendment. No state in the classroom is aloud to go against any rules that are in the constitution. Citizens should be able to vote at the age of 13.

- Everyone should have a freedom of speech
- Everyone should have a freedom of religion
- Everyone should have a freedom of the press
- Everyone should have a freedom of protesting
- Everyone should have a freedom of doing what they want when homework is finished.

J.R.

Preamble We the student of room 207, in order to form a free and peacefully classroom, must have freedom of speech, freedom of movement, fair and equal rights and the pursuit of happiness. This constitution will give all students peace, fairness and equal rights.

Article I: Legislative Branch
Five representatives from each row and three senates from the whole class will be in control of this legislative branch. Each row will have one Representative to represent it's state. The class will elect each Representative for each row also who will be the senators of class 207. The Representatives will serve one months and two weeks. In order to be a Representative you must be 13-15 years of age, and have to of been a student of room 207 for at least three months. If the President shall get impeachment the House of Representatives and the three senators can decide on impeachment of the president if he is doing wrong.

Article II: The Executive Branch
The Executive Branch will have a President and a Vice President. The students of room 207 will vote for their President and Vice President. The President can serve three months, and will be allowed to serve two terms. The candidate's must be 13-15 years of age and have a G.P.A. of 2.0 or higher also must be a student of room 207.

The Vice President serves one month and is allowed to serve in a total of two terms. To be a candidate to for Vice President, he or she must of been a student of room 207 for at least three months and be 13-15 years of age and have a G.P.A. of at least 2.0 or higher. If the president is absent, the Vice President will take over until the President returns.

Article III: Judaical Branch

Supreme Court Judges will be addressed by the President. The requirements if being a Supreme Court Judge you can only have one have detention and must have a 2.5 or higher G.P.A. When a Supreme Court Judge you should have good problem solving skills. A judge serves for three weeks and will be allowed to serve a second term. What the Supreme Court does is enforcing the laws, listening to cases and have the best conclusion that is equal and fair to all people.To come up with the consequence of person who breaks the law.

Bill of Rights

  1. All student in room 207 has the right to freedom of speech.
  2. All student in room 207 has the right to privacy.
  3. All student in room 207 has the right to the pursuit of happiness.
  4. All student in room 207 has the right to agree, or disagree on the decision of homework.
  5. Every student in room 207 has the right to agree on a due date on a project.
  6. All student in room 207 has the right to have no homework on the weekends, so we can have are fun.
  7. All student in room 207 have the right to have more than a five minute break.
  8. All students in room 207 have the right to go outside every other Friday for at least 15 minutes.


Amber O.

Preamble:

We the students of room 207, in order to for a more perfect classroom, defend our culture, and have freedom, and have our own rights. This will bring together out class as one, with many differences. We brought together this constitution for room 207.

Article II

This Article is a description of the Executive Branch and the executive branch is to run the class room with the help of bot the branches . In order to make this work the President is to either sign or veto the bills to make new laws.
Section 1 The Executive branch is the President of the United States and the Vice President of the United States .They both would serve a term of four weeks and then be granted to run again for president. If not , the president would be put into his home and will still be payed he would be at every inauguration of the next president.
If they chose a president in the United States then the House of Representative , the Senate , and the supreme court jusitices should vote and determining on there vote the president will become president either , because if the States voted they are going to have to serve there term.

Section 2
The president of room 207 is put as commander and cheif of disiplines and he is to be in charge when the teacher is out. In order for the class to be in perfect harmony they should be dissmissed from class and be out into the hallway.


Section 3
The class President will be given permission to say and give ideas to the Legislative and Judicial Branch . Even though he/ she has permission to give ideas , the class can either vote to see whether or not they give the president permission. The class president is able to make treaties with the other classes ambassadors and or presidents.


Section 4
The class president , vice president , and the branches can be removed from there office by either impeachment or they may resign from office . If he/she is committing to either Bribery , Treason , and any other crimes .


Article III The Judicial Branch

This branch is basically the branch that enforces the laws to make sure that the people follow the rules. This branch is the Supreme Authority to the people to establish Justice in the class room.

Section 1
This branch is for the students with the grade point average of 3.0 or a 4.0 . They will have to agree to the rules of this branch . They must display excellent behavior for all , because if it is broken they will suffer the consequences and problems of the branch .


Section 2
The cases that the Justices are assigned to , may not under any circumstances tell there case to any one in the class room . They are made equal with the Legislative and the Executive branch. These Supreme court justices will be allowed to judge a case of impeachment from any branch , and because they are going to be the judge of one of the congress man or women they are not to associate with the person accused of something or they will be removed from their office .


Section 3
The Justices of room 207 , will be charged with treason on account of two eyewitness . If there is no eyewitness , then they will have to confess in front of the court and explain there treason .


Amendment I

The congress can not make any law pertaining to the right of the students , if the congress is caught making a law so foul then the person who made the law up will be impeached from office or they will be force to resign from office .

Amendment II

The right to speak freely and be dependent on themselves , and the students of the classroom has the right to do as they please in order to make a more efficient classroom .

Amendment III

If there is any reason for a student that has been in any branch wants to be in a different branch again then they will have to have the , Either head of the certain branch or the branches body will have to elect them .

Amendment IV

The students have the right to keep any documentation of their work in their folder and will have privacy from the teachers . The teachers will have to have permission from the owner of the locker for the teacher to open it .


Jacob K.
Room 207 Constitution
Preamble
As we fulfill our responsibilities as a classroom, it is necessary to write this constitution of Room 207. Our recently freed classroom needs to be able to thrive as an organized society in order to truly become independent of Lord Skonecki.
Article I
Our government will have six Legislators making rules for the classroom. However, students must have at least a 3.000 GPA and proficient logocratic/writing skills in order to become a candidate for election. One must be getting at least a B in reading, social studies, or English. Also, one cannot become a Legislator if he/she has had six or more days absent, and has had three or more detentions.
Each Legislator will serve for three months before the next election, but may become a candidate again, if he/she pleases.
In order to pass a rule, five or more out of six must agree with an idea. If only four or less agree with the idea, then the aforementioned idea must be revised. Once an idea attains the necessary amount of votes, it becomes an official rule. If the students are unhappy with a rule once it’s been passed, they may petition for its removal. Once the petition gets up to twenty-two signatures, the rule is disbanded.
Article II
The committee of Legislators will have one individual to act as an Organizer. After the Legislators agree upon a rule, the Organizer officially records it as part of our classroom’s customs.
If the Organizer looks down on a rule, he has the right to suggest a change to the Legislators. If at least four of the Legislators agree with the change, the revised idea becomes an official rule.
If the Organizer ceases to continue to take his/her job seriously, as in he/she suggests a ridiculous change to a rule, the Legislators may impeach him/her and select a new one.
Like the Legislators, the Organizer will be voted into office. The election for the Organizer will be held exactly one day after the final Legislator is voted into office. In order to be a candidate, the Organizer must have a GPA of 3.500 or higher and must be getting at least a B+ in mathematics, social studies, science, or health. The high standards set in order to become Organizer come from the fact that there is only one Organizer, therefore he/she is more liable to make a mistake. The Organizer cannot be voted in if he/she has been absent for four or more days, or has gotten two or more detentions within the school year. An Organizer remains in office for four months and cannot be voted in twice.

Article III
If one is accused guilty of breaking a rule, evidence must be presented in front of the three classroom Judges. Anyone in the classroom is eligible to present their evidence to the Judges. The three Judges will then collaborate as to decide whether the defendant is guilty or innocent. The Judges may ask any question to anyone whom may have evidence, as long as it is relevant to the case. Judges also collaborate with the Legislators to decide a punishment for breaking a rule.
If none of the Judges are able to reach a verdict, they may rely on a jury consisting of the other 30 students in the classroom (except the one that has been accused). The 29 students will have a vote to decide whether the defendant is guilty or not.
Like the Organizer and Legislators, each judge will be voted in. In order to become a candidate, one must have a GPA of 3.000 or higher and must be getting at least a B in social studies, science, or reading. They cannot have more than two unexcused absences, and must never have gotten a detention this year. If a Judge is incapacitated or has been accused of breaking a rule, a replacement Judge will be quickly selected. The replacement judge does not have to be voted in, but will merely be selected by the Organizer. Once the old Judge returns, the replacement simply becomes an ordinary student again. If the Judge breaks a rule, however, another election will be held to choose a new judge (after the trial held against the prior Judge is closed).
The first election for Judges are held a day after the elections for Organizer. The second election for Judges is held the day after the Legislators'. Judges are in office for three months and may run in the election again, if a petition is signed by at least 25 the 32 others saying that they did a good job as Judge.





Adam K.

Preamble: We the students should run this class room. We the students need freedom and to rule.
Article I: The Legislative Branch
Section 1: Number of Representatives
5 people shall make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
They will be selected by having at the lowest a 2.5 G.P.A.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 2 weeks years.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be No as long as she is a member of 207. years old.
Citizenship Requirements:
Section 5: Representation of States
2 from each class.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
No they can not get rid of the president.
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of In homework passes. per year.
Section 8: Legislative Quoram
The sum of 2/3 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
Yes his votes count but he can't make them.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
6 weeks each and he can have up to the most 2.
Section 2: Selection of the President
By having a 3.0 G.P.A at the least.
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
13 as long as she is a member of our class.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of Candy. per year.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
Selected by Congress, not just 1 person (The President).
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
1 month until retiring.


ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
Yes the criminal has to be in trial in the state the crime was committed if not in state they will be brought back.
Section 2: Changes and Ammendments to the Constitution
Yes but everyone has to approve.
Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters
Yes they have to settle their own problems but if they don't in a certain period of time soldiers will be sent to controls things.
Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
If they don't agree it just counts as a vote they don't get to make their own laws.
Section 5: Bill of Rights
Everyone has freedom unless they committed a crime.
Section 6: Double Jeopardy
Yes if happens AGAIN they will be put on another trial.
Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
Yes they have to be honest.
Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land
No unless they are given permission.
Section 9: Bail and Fines
It depends on the crime.
Section 10: Income Taxes
Yes but no one is treated special and doesn't have to pay tax everyone does.
Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 13 .
Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace TreatiesYes but the war has to be official they can't just walk over to the other state and killing everybody.



Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters
soldiers shall be sent to the issue, then they shall fix it. If they don't fix we will send more people out to get it fixed. We will try and keep our state out of harm.

Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
No, the state should not be aloud to send on his or her own laws. They can send in things they would like to change, the president shall look over and see if they think the change is better for the constitution.

Section 5: Bill of Rights
Yes, everyone should have his or her own freedom. They can have their own beliefs. No one shall protest to their religion unless it is causing too much problems.

Section 6: Double Jeopardy
Yes they will be put on trial again if there is new evidence found. They will be on trial till the case is closed.
Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
They will have to answer any questions that the judge asks. They do not get a lawyer, unless judge says they can have one.
Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land
No they can't. They are not able to ask anyone for their land. They only way they can get the land if they are evicted from the land.
Section 9: Bail and Fines
The judge will determine the amount giving for any bail, fine, or any type of punishment.
Section 10: Income Taxes
The congress can pass laws. They can pass laws on income taxes.
Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 14 .

Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
No they are not allowed to declare there own war. They can make peace treaties. Neither should the congress be allowed to declare war, only the President.

Becca B.

Preamble:
We the students of Room 207 in order to form a more perfect classroom establish this constitution for the class room of 207.

Article I: The Legislative Bran
Section 1: Number of Representatives 12 people will make the laws of this count
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
The legislators will be elected by the students in room 207.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators will serve a term of 3 months.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be a natural born citizen of the United States, and be in the eighth grade at A.E.Burdick school.
Citizenship Requirements:
Section 5: Representation of States
Each state will send two legislators to Congress. Since there are many people who will agree and disagree with each other one legislative can interpret one thing as the other interprets the other. Also it depends on the population of the state but the rules say only two legislatives per state to go to congress.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
If the legislators think that the President is doing a poor job they shall be able to impeach their opinion. There will have to be a 60% vote of the legislators for the president to be removed from office.
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators will be paid the sum of a pack of gum a month.
Section 8: Legislative Quorum
The sum of 10 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
If the president has an idea or something that he wants to change or add to the laws he should be able to have something to do with it. The President can not be alone on his decision though, there must be many more people supporting him on his decision to change,or add, a law.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
There should be a four month term for a president to stay in office. When the President's four month term is over, he/she may be able to get re-elected. The term limit the President can serve is two.
Section 2: Selection of the President
The students of room 207 would vote for the president.

Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
A person must be 13 or over to become the next president of room 207. The person that is going to be elected for president must be a natural born citizen of the United States.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President will be paid the sum of two packs of gum a month.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
The judges should be elected by the people, and selected by the Congress.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
As long as he/she is doing a good job, the judge should be allowed to serve as long as they want. The limit for a judge to serve is 10 years.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENT
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
The criminal should be put on trial in the state where the crime was committed. They might not be able to get the full information if they put trial where the criminal was captured.
Section 2: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution
Changes and additions should be allowed int the constitution. There should be additions and changes because somebody might not understand or would want to add something very important that wasn't on the constitution before.
Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters
The government should, if asked by the state, send soldiers to help with the situation. Also the state should be able to solve there own problems without help depending on how sever the situation is.
Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
If a state does not agree with parts of th constitution, they should not be able to pass a law that goes against what the constitution says. If there are more than three states agree with another then there might be able to change or add to the constitution.
Section 5: Bill of Rights
All people shall have the freedom of speech All people shall have the freedom of religion All people shall have the freedom of press All people shall have the freedom to food All people shall have the freedom to a home All people shall have the freedom to life All people shall have the freedom to entertainment All people shall have the freedom to privacy All people shall have the freedom to there own thought All people shall have the freedom to pets All people shall have the freedom to liking the same or opposite gender All people shall have the freedom to freedom All people shall have the freedom to bare arms and legs All people shall have the freedom to vote at the age 13 or over
Section 6: Double Jeopardy
If the person is found innocent the firs trial and there is new evidence found, double jeopardy shall be allowed. If the person is found innocent both times there shall be no more trials for that specific person.
Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
When a person is on trial they must answer all questions asked of him/her. Especially if the question might show the cliant is guilty then they must answer all questions.
Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land
The government should be forbidden to take or even ask for anyone's land under any circumstances. Even if the person is willing to give the government their land they wont be able to.
Section 9: Bail and Fines
The jury or judge must follow the rules in setting bail fines and punishment. They can not decide any amount of bail, or any amount of charges or any type of punishment for anybody.
Section 10: Income Taxes
Congress will have the right to pass laws requiring people to pay income taxes. If the income taxes are unreasonably high prices then they can't approve the law that people might want as a law.
Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 13 .
Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
Congress should be able to declare war, make peace treaties, and coin money, not the states on their own.

Edhela

[PREAMBLE]
We the People of Room 207, united by a common destiny for our class, asserting human rights, liberties, civil peace and accord, commonly recognizing principles of equality, striving to secure the well-being and prosperity of us people, hereby commission and establish the Constitution of Room 207.


ARTICLE I: THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Section I: The Legislative Branch consist of 6 Representatives, therefore 6 people shall make the laws of this class. Each state is entitled to have one Representative. A state consist of the 6 people in each row. They shall select their Representative by a majority vote. The 6 Representatives will serve one term. One term will equivalent the length of one month from the day they are entitled Representative.

Section II: No person shall be Representative if they have not attained the age of 13, have not been a citizen of 207 for at least 2 months, or have not obtained 2.0 GPA or higher; neither shall any person be privileged if he/she has been absent for at least 5 unexcused days.
Section III: The duties of the Representatives is to make and pass laws for the people of 207 if the jury approves of it. The jury is the people of 207.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section I: The Executive Branch shall be vested by a President and Vice President. The President and Vice President will be chosen by a majority vote. The 2 people with the highest votes are entitled to be President and Vice President. He/She shall hold their Office during a term of 6 weeks.

Section II: No person who has not attained the age of 13, has not been a citizen of 207 for 2 months, or has not obtained a 3.0 GPA, shall be eligible to be President or Vice President; neither shall any person be eligible to that Office if he/she has been absent for at least 5 unexcused days, or has had more than 3 official detentions.
Section III: The President is to have the responsibility of leading and ensuring the laws of 207 are followed. If, during the President's term, he/she is absent, has switched schools, or becomes impeached, the Vice President is to fill in. In case of the President falling behind or being impeached, the Vice President shall take over the Presidential Office and the people of 207 will choose another person who is qualified to take the position as Vice President.


ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section I: The Judicial Branch shall consist of 3 judges and a jury. The judges shall be appointed by the people of 207. The 3 people with the highest votes shall become Judges. The rest of the class will be appointed as jury. The 3 judges shall serve a term of 1 month.

Section II: No person shall be judge if he/she has not attained the age of 13, has not been a citizen of 207 for 2 months, or has not obtained a 2.0 GPA; neither shall any person be qualified if they have been absent for at least 5 unexcused days, or has had more than 3 official detentions.
Section III: The first judge will take on the role of making sure laws are being followed. The second judge will have the responsibility of deciding what the consequences will be if the laws are broken. The third judge will represent the jury when it comes to approving laws so the Representatives can pass it. The jury shall vote whether or not a law will be passed, who will be President or Vice President, and who will be the 3 judges of 207.


[BILL OF RIGHTS]
Every person is born with the right to have a fair trial, a right to have privacy, a right to expression, and right to be treated equally no matter what race, religion, nor gender. We have the right to earn extra privileges, a right to be safe, and a right to happiness.



Anna K.


Constitution
Article I: The Legislative Branch
Section 1: Number of Representatives
12 people will make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
The Legislators will be elected by the people in every row. 2 people in that row will be elected.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators will serve a term of 1 month.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be 13 years old.
Citizenship Requirements:
-Must have at least 2 missing assignments
-Must have a 3.0 grade point average
-Must be skilled at using a computer

Section 5: Representation of Rows
Each row will send 2 Legislators to congress.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
It must be 11:1 to impeach the president.
Section 7: Legislative Quorum
The sum of 11 Legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 8: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
The President may suggest laws but not ask the legislators about publishing it.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
A President can only be elected for 3.5 weeks and only 2 terms.
Section 2: Selection of the President
The people of RM. 207 will elect the President.
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
A President must be 13 and a half.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
The President will elect the judges.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
As long as the judges are doing a good job, they are allowed to stay.
ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
The criminal will be put on trial in the computer lab.
Section 2: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution
Once the constitution is published no more amendments may be added.
Section 3: Military Intervention in row Matters
The row may request if the government can send soldiers to that row. The Legislator of that row can approve if the soldiers go to their row.
Section 4: Ability of row to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
All rows must follow the laws of the constitution.
Section 5: Bill of Rights
Rights of freedom
-freedom of speech
-the right to peacefully gather groups
Section 6: Double Jeopardy
If someone finds new evidence, the person will be put back on trial.
Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
The person must answer all the questions asked.
Section 8: Government Rights to Private computers
If the government pays the person, then they may take someone's computer.
Section 9: Bail and Fines
The punishment for any crime is to stay up from recess for 1 week.
Section 10: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens will be able to vote at the at the age of 13 .

Section 11: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
Congress is allowed to declare war. The rows are allowed to make peace treaties and coin money.


Mariah R.

Preamble:
We the students of room 207, from here on declare our independence. We will have a peaceful, happy & a safe environment to learn. We hereby have the right to freedom.
The Constitution of room 207

Article I: The Legislative Branch

Section 1: Number of Representatives
A group of 15 people shall make the laws of room 207.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
Has to have at least a grade point average of 2.4
Section 3: Term of Service.
Legislators shall serve a term of 9 months
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be must be at least 13 of age.
Citizenship Requirements:
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
The legislators have the right to impeach. At least 15 people have to agree on impeaching the president.
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid with 3 dollars every Friday.
Section 8: Legislative Quorum
The sum of 10 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
President term should be 3 months
Section 2: Selection of the President
Has to be apart of room 207 with a grade point average of 2.6
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
13, he/she has to be apart of room 207
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of 3500 per year.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
Selected by congress
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
Yes, he/she should be allowed to serve.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
The criminal should be put on trial in the state where the criminal was captured.
Section 2: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution
Yes they should be allowed
Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters
The government will send soldiers to end the trouble
Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
Yes the state should be able to pass its own laws.
Section 5: Bill of Rights
The people should have the right to freedom, religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to protest against decisions of the government, the right to peacefully gather in groups.
Section 6: Double Jeopardy
Yes, if new evidence is found then they can be put back onto trial.
Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
If a person is asked a question they have to answer it.
Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land
The government doesn’t have the right to take away a person's land under any circumstances.
Section 9: Bail and Fines
The judge & jury do decide upon the fine of a crime or amity of punishment.
Section 10: Income Taxes
Yes
Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 13.
Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
Each state should be allowed to declare war, make peace treaties & coin money



Samantha M.

Preamble

To make our classroom perfect, the students of room 207 will provide protection, empathy, peace, Freedom, and support to fellow classmates. So we'll establish this Constitution.

Article 1: Legislative Branch

The Legislative Branch makes and votes the laws of this country.
Section 1: Representatives
There will be 5 Representatives.

Section 2: Selection of Representatives

The classroom will vote for the legislative with an election.

Section 3: Term of Service

Legislators shall serve a term of 1 month.

Section 4: Age and Citizenship

In order to serve in the Legislative Branch, a person must be 12 and must of been a student at Burdick school since the beginning of the school year.

Section 5: Representation of the classroom.

The whole class gets 5 Representatives.

Section 6: Impeachment of the President

3/5 of the legislative branch need to agree to impeach.

Section 7: Salary of Legislators

Legislators are be paid $1 per term.

Section 8: Legislative Quorum

3/5 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law. If the president trows the bill away the congress can get the law accepted if all of the legislative branch agrees.

Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws

The president can create laws for the congress to vote about and can accept or trow laws in the trash.

ARTICLE 2: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term

One term is 1 month, the president can only serve 2 terms.

Section 2: Selection of the President

The president will be picked in an Election by the classroom.

Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency

The person must be 12 years of age, must have kindness, empathy, a love for living creatures, a peaceful nature, and have at least a 2.8 Grade Point Average.

Section 4: Presidential Salary

The President shall be paid the sum of $2 per term.

ARTICLE 3: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges

The President recommends judges but the Legislative Branch votes to accept.

Section 2: Term of Judicial Service

If a Supreme Court Justice does a good job the president and congress can vote to have them stay.

ARTICLE 4: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS

Section 1: Bill of Rights

  • We should have freedom to be anything we wanna be.
  • We can talk freely about our life and interests.
  • People who are different from others shouldn't be prejudged.
  • To have creativity and uniqueness encouraged.
  • To send suggestions for laws to the Legislative branch.

Section 2: Age of Voting Eligibility

Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 12 .


Madelyn

Preamble
We the people and rightful citizens of Room 207, in order to create a better atmosphere and environment in this classroom for ourselves, now in this time of need establish justice, declare rights, speak for the outspoken, ensure happiness to all within this room’s boundaries and create a backbone in which for many years to come we can look back on to help guide us to our own independent futures and create this constitution in which we have high hopes of. This we do as many diverse individuals with many different point of views to help better ourselves and the rest of our peers in our wonderful classroom, Room 207.

Article I: The Legislative Branch
Section 1: Number of Representatives
Six people shall make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
A legislator will be elected by vote. Each row's citizens will vote for members of their row in which they think will represent them best for the next month. The number of legislators your row is allowed depends on population. For every three citizens you will be allowed one legislators.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 1/12 years. (approximately a month)
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to have the privelege of serving in Congress it is not mandatory that a legislator is born within Room 207's boundaries, but you must have spent at least four months here. During this time you must have also built a bond with the citizens, participated in some kind of community service, and have had a good idea of what your row's opinion and outlook is. The legislators' duties are as follows: to create laws and represent the community as best they can. They are also in charge of checking over the other two branches.
Citizenship RequiremenTSection 5: Representation of States
For every three inhabitants of your row you will be given one legislator, unless otherwise notified.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
If the legislators begin to suspect the President of any crimes or wish to bring charges against the President there shall be a vote. If 3/4 of Congress votes for it and there is a signifigant amount of evidence representing them then the President will be impeached. If and when the Congress might think that the President's work is inadequate or is not worthy, there will be a vote for removal from office. If four-fifths of the legislators vote for it than the president is simply impeached and another election will be held by the Congress. The previous president will not be able to run for presidency again. Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of one pack of gum per year.
Section 8: Legislative Quoram
The sum of 2/3 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
If the President would like to be apart of the bill making process than the President will be allowed to do so. On the other hand, the President will not be given any special privileges because this opportunity would not have happened otherwise. Though, if and when there shall be a vote among the Congress of some sort the President will have the power equal to five votes instead of one. The Vice President however, must be a part of the bill making process. The Vice President will be in charge of the Congress and have a vote equal to three votes.
ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
When a president and a vice president are selected he or she will have a term that lasts for the remainder of the year, unless they resign or are removed from office.Section 2: Selection of the President
The decision of whom to be president and Vice President will be solved by a vote. Those who are running and eligible to be president will be considered in the public vote. All the rows will participate and vote, and whoever has the most votes will receive presidency. Whoever comes in second place will be Vice President. The Vice President will be paid the same amount per year and take over if the President shall resign or be removed from office by the Congress. The duties of the president are as follows: To check over the other two branches, represent and lead the people as best as one can and make peace with the other classroom.Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
To become eligible for Presidency a person must be of thirteen years of age or older. One must have also spent five months in this classroom and have proved to the people that they will support them, guide them, and lead them into more successful futures in this classroom. One must have a good understanding of this Constitution and the citizen's needs as well as completed at least one hour of community service within the classroom or in the community.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of a homework pass and a pack of gum each year. (The homework pass shall be distributed to the President whenever the President feels it is needed.)
ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
Judges will be selected in a meeting that takes place between both the President, Vice President and the Congress. During this meeting the President and Vice President will show their collaboration of selections from the community to the Congress and then the Congress will vote from there. The President and Vice President's list must consist of ten choices and the legislators will vote for four. The top four will receive those seats. If and when there shall be a tie ever in any of the branches it must always be resolved in a three round game of rock-paper-scissors. Judges will be expected to carry out trials and on a daily basis carry out the laws of this Constitution.Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
A judges term no matter the circumstances will always last two months.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
If a criminal qualifies for a trial the trial will take place in the area in which he or she committed the crime. This means, that that property's owner's or district's owner's rules apply.
Section 2: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution
This classroom as well as I will always no matter what be open to amendments to this constitution. However, all amendments will be voted by the community in order to be passed. Two thirds of the population must like or have favor for the idea for it to pass.
Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters
If trouble or conflicts occur within a specific state, that state must resolve their matters individually. If in two days the problem is not resolved than the row and citizens themselves may call upon help from other districts and rows. This they must take responsibility for, themselves. The government will not be involved unless asked to and then if this occurs there shall be a trial.
Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
If a row or state does not have favor for a part of the Constitution or amendment than it is up to their legislators to defend them and make them recognized in a legislative meeting. It is up to them to support their citizens wants and needs and make them heard to the rest of the Congress. It is also a duty of the Congress to listen always, be open to new ideas, and to accommodate all of the rows not just their own.
Section 5: Bill of Rights
All citizens of this classroom shall be granted rights as soon as they step into the A.E. Burdick school. All people regardless of their weight, shape, height, race, religion, beliefs or any other personal value will have the following right
Every person will have the freedom to of speak their mind and express their feelings in any way possible as long as it doesn't hurt any one else.
Everyone shall have the right to happiness, the right to a peaceful and productive enviroment.
Everyone has the right to fresh air.
Everyone has the right to nourishment.
The right to legitamite compliments.
Everyone has the right to a political voice.
Everyone has the right to honesty always.
Everyone has the right to a beneficial education in this classroom.


All people regardless of their futures or pasts must be granted these simple rights or a serious crime against the Constitution would have taken place. If this should happen then the person who has deprived someone of these rights must apologize to this student out loud in front of the whole body of citizens within this classroom immediately.
Section 6: Double Jeopardy
If a person whom was found innocent in one trial is found guilty in a second trial than he or she will have to apologize to the classroom for being dishonest and therefore breaking the rules of the Bill of Rights. He or she will then be stripped from their privileges and rights for one hour.
Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
One must always be honest if he or she in return wants the honesty, trust and respect of the rest of their peers.
Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land
If and when the owner thinks they are getting a good deal the purchase will take place. If however they don't think they are getting a fair deal then the government will have no further business with them and not be able to take any of their property.
Section 9: Bail and Fines
Depending on the circumstances, the criminal's history and the level of the crime the judge or judges will have the freedom to select a punishment that seems fair and adequate. This selection must never be bias or include favoritism or the judge will be forced to quit
Section 10: Income Taxes
In this classroom there shall never be taxes! If and when there is a need for money ever the community will be expected to fund raise or find a way of donating this money. If this is not possible than the government find some other way to get this money without taxing the people.
Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 13 .
Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
On its own a row does have the power to declare war but it must have a cause and purpose. In this war if anyone is to get hurt it is over. There will be no violence only a vocal debate. This debate is to be held by the Judicial Branch when it is convenient to the people. All citizens shall be allowed to take part as part of the jury. Each row will also be given the power to make peace treaties with other states but not to coin money. That is one of the things we shall promise to do as a nation and classroom.



Jose M.

The Constitution of Room 207

Article I: The Legislative Branch

Section 1: Number of Representatives
16 people shall make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
There will be a vote between the 16 people. Majority rule.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 3 weeks.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be 13 years old, they have to have been born in Milwaukee and attend Burdick since Day 1 of Grade 8. They must also have a G.P.A of 2.5.
Section 5: Representation of States
Every state will have one representative.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
9 legislators must be against the President for impeachment to occur
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of $10.00 per year.
Section 8: Legislative Quoram
The sum of 9. Majority rule. Legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
The President will have the choice to either veto or pass the law.
The Legislative branch of our government will be responsible for creating, deciding, or changing rules of our Room.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
A President will serve 3 weeks per term, and a second term is optional, if voted again.
Section 2: Selection of the President
A popular vote will decide the selection of the President. (Citizen vote.)
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
A president must be at least 13 years of age, they must have a G.P.A. of 2.8, and they must be a natural born Wisconsinite.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of $20.00 per year.
The Executive branch of our government is responsible for passing laws suggested from the Legislative branch, and for managing the country’s money and military.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
They will be recommended by the Congress, and eventually voted by the President.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
Judges may serve until they turn 15, or until fired for negligence.
The Judicial branch of our government will be responsible for the Justice system, enforcing the laws of our country, and punishing those who break those rules.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS

Section 1: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution
Changes are always allowed as long as they are within reason, and do not affect the People's ability to choose freely of speech and/or religion.
Section 2: Military Intervention in State Matters
We will send in the best Special Operations team to deal with the problem if the state can’t deal with the problem.
Section 3: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
No law shall be passed unless it goes through the national government.
Section 4: Bill of Rights
We the People of Room 207 have the right to Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Press, and the Right to Gather Peacefully in Large Groups. The only reason a desk would be inspected without permission is if there is absolute legitimate evidence against the owner of the desk.
Section 5: Government Rights to Private Land
If the government pays the original owner handsomfully enough, and the owner accepts, then yes, we have rights to the persons land. If the owner decides to disagree, then we will not force them.
Section 6: Bail and Fines
The judge can decide on whatever bail, if it is a reasonable price to pay for the crime. However, if the person is committed of fighting, bullying, or harming someone, no matter if it was intentionally or not, they will be charged with suspension.
Section 7: Income Taxes
The Congress can pass laws saying the People of Room 207 have to pay income taxes, but only on the conditions of the person or persons paying have enough money to spend for lunch.
Section 8: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 12.


Darrell.C

Preamble:
The running of this class room will be by the students. For the students, and for the well being of the students


Section 1: Number of Representatives
 Six People shall make the laws of this classroom one for each row.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives 
They will be voted in by the members in the class room. They have to have at least 51% of the people vote. They must set in the row they are representative.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 6 weeks.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be 13 years old. 


Citizenship Requirements: The have to have 3.0 GPA. They can not have more the 3 Detections. Must be passing ever class.
Section 5: Representation of States
 Each row will have the same number of Legislators.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President

Then it goes back to be vote on by the Legislative it has to be 70% of the votes to get impeach.
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid in homework passes. 1 for ever other week in there term.
Section 8: Legislative Quoram
The sum of 5 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws. He must sign in into a law or send it back to to get voted on.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term 
The Presidential term is 1 month.
Section 2: Selection of the President
 There will be people the run. Out of the people that run. The class will listen the them, vote on the one they like the most.
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
 You Must be at the age of 13 to run.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid in candy of his or her choice.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
 The President should pick the judges. The Congress should approve them.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
 They can only sever for 1 month and they must have a 3.0 GPA.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime 
Where ever you did the crime that where you should stand
Section 2: Changes and Ammendments to the Constitution

The ammendments can be ask for by anyone. The hole class will vote to change the law
Section 3:
Students will be able to vote at the age of 13.
Bill Of Rights:
Every person has the right to speak there mind. To live there life as long as they are flowing the rules. to be in the class room and feel safe.



Christopher
The Constitution of Room 207

Preamble:

We the student of room 207. In order to crate a more perfect classroom here are some of the things that will be changed. The freedom of speech,provide help to people who need it, help provide knowledge, and equal right to people. This constitution will meet all the need you have.

Article I: The Legislative Branch

Section 1: Number of Representatives
15 people people shall make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
They will be voted in by the people of room 207.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 1 month.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be 13 years old.
Section 5: Representation of States

Each state must send the same amount of of people to represent the state.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President

The Legislator have the right to impeach the president but 2/3 of the legislators must agree to kick the president out of office.
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum 1 cent for there term.
Section 8: Legislative Quoram

More then half of the legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
He/she should be able to look it over and see what he/she thinks about it.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term

2 mounths.
Section 2: Selection of the President
The president will be voted in the the students of 207.
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
They must be 13 years old or older, and must be a member of room 207 to become a president.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of 2 cents a year.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges

the appointment of judges will be chosen by the people of room 207.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service

The term of a judicial service in room 207 will be 2 weeks.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime

the person how did the crime must go back to the state he did the damage to and have a trial. Write in a complete sentence
Section 2: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution
There can only be changes only if it improves the amendments that is chosen.
Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters
The government shall send in the military if the government has to.
Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
No state will be able to pass it’s law otherwise we would not be running a run able government.
Section 5: Bill of Rights
All people will have freedom do what they want, freedom of speech, right to have no homework, also have the right to get books from there locker when they need to
Section 6: Double Jeopardy
Only if new evidences are found they may be able to to give he/she a new trial in he state he was found guilty in.
Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
They don’t have to answer a question if they don’t want to
Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land
The government can only take someones land away if they agree, or agree to take the money they offer he/she.
Section 9: Bail and Fines
As long as it is reasonable to want the person did as a crime.
Section 10: Income Taxes
The congress doesn’t get to past laws with out asking the other branches of government.
Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of .
All Citizens of room 207 shall be able to vote at the age of 13.

Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
The government should run what goes on in the war with what happens to the country.

Aaron B.

We the Children of room 207, in Order to form a more perfect classroom government, establish Fun, insure safety, provide free time, treat others how we want to be treated, and secure the Liberty to ourselves and others, do ordain and establish this Constitution for room 207.

Article I: The Legislative Branch

Section 1: Number of Representatives
Three people shall make the laws of the classroom.

Section 2: Selection of Representatives
They have to be elected to become a representative of the class.

Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of one week.

Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve as a legislature, a person must be twelve years old. Must have been going to this school since kindergarten.

Citizenship Requirements:

Section 5: Impeachment of the President
Yes, and 60% of the class has to vote to impeach a president.

Section 6: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of one piece of candy a week.

Section 7: Legislative Quoram
The sum of two legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.

Section 8: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
Yes, he can pass or veto a law.



ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
Two months is a term in witch they can do two of them.

Section 2: Selection of the President
The children of the classroom can vote for a leader.

Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
Fourteen years old and they must live in the city of Milwaukee.

Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of a hand full of candy per month.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
President has to pick two judges and the legislators must agree.

Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
A judge is allowed to serve as long as he/she is doing a good job.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS

Section 1: Changes and Ammendments to the Constitution
Yes, people should be able to make changes to the constitution.

Section 2: Military Intervention in State Matters
The children must solve their own problems.

Section 3: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
No they have to ask the president first to change it.

Section 4: Bill of Rights
All people should have freedom of speech, freedom of the press.

Section 5: Double Jeopardy
No, they shouldn't be able to.

Section 6: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
Yes, the person must answer all questions asked of him/her.

Section 7: Government Rights to Private Land
No, government can not take away a person's land for public use (such as a road).

Section 8: Bail and Fines
Judge and both jury can decide upon any amount of bail, any amount of fine and or any type of punishment.

Section 9: Income Taxes
No, congress can't pass laws requiring people to pay income taxes.

Section 10: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 12 .

Section 11: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
No, each state can't declare war, make peace treaties, and or coin money.


Jose M.

The Constitution of Room 207


ARTICLE 1: THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Number of Representatives
16 people shall make the laws of this country.

Section 2: Selection of Representatives
There will be a vote between the 16 people. Majority rule.

Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 3 weeks.

Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be 13 years old, they have to have been born in Milwaukee and attend Burdick since Day 1 of Grade 8. They must also have a G.P.A of 2.5.

Section 5: Representation of States
Every state will have one representative.

Section 6: Impeachment of the President
9 legislators must be against the President for impeachment to occur.

Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of $10.00 per year.

Section 8: Legislative Quoram
The sum of 9 must vote for the bill. Majority rule. Legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.

Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
The President will have the choice to either veto or pass the law.


The Legislative branch of our government will be responsible for creating, deciding, or changing rules of our Room.



ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
A President will serve 3 weeks per term, and a second term is optional, if voted again.

Section 2: Selection of the President
A popular vote will decide the selection of the President. (Citizen vote.)

Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
A president must be at least 13 years of age, they must have a G.P.A. of 2.8, and they must be a natural born Wisconsinite.

Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of $20.00 per year.


The Executive branch of our government is responsible for passing laws suggested from the Legislative branch, and for managing the country’s money and military.



ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
They will be recommended by the Congress, and eventually voted by the President.

Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
Judges may serve until they turn 15, or until fired for negligence.


The Judicial branch of our government will be responsible for the Justice system, enforcing the laws of our country, and punishing those who break those rules.





ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS

Section 1: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution
Changes are always allowed as long as they are within reason, and do not affect the People's ability to choose freely of speech and/or religion.

Section 2: Military Intervention in State Matters
We will send in the best Special Operations team to deal with the problem if the state can’t deal with the problem.

Section 3: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
No law shall be passed unless it goes through the national government.

Section 4: Bill of Rights
We the People of Room 207 have the right to Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Press, and the Right to Gather Peacefully in Large Groups. The only reason a desk would be inspected without permission is if there is absolute legitimate evidence against the owner of the desk.

Section 5: Government Rights to Private Land
If the government pays the original owner handsomfully enough, and the owner accepts, then yes, we have rights to the persons land. If the owner decides to disagree, then we will not force them.

Section 6: Bail and Fines
The judge can decide on whatever bail, if it is a reasonable price to pay for the crime. However, if the person is committed of fighting, bullying, or harming someone, no matter if it was intentionally or not, they will be charged with suspension.

Section 7: Income Taxes
The Congress can pass laws saying the People of Room 207 have to pay income taxes, but only on the conditions of the person or persons paying have enough money to spend for lunch.

Section 8: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 12.


Darrell.C

Preamble:
The running of this class room will be by the students. For the students, and for the well being of the students


Section 1: Number of Representatives
 Six People shall make the laws of this classroom one for each row.

Section 2: Selection of Representatives 
They will be voted in by the members in the class room. They have to have at least 51% of the people vote. They must set in the row they are representative.

Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 6 weeks.

Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be 13 years old. 


Citizenship Requirements: The have to have 3.0 GPA. They can not have more the 3 Detections. Must be passing ever class.
Section 5: Representation of States
 Each row will have the same number of Legislators.


Section 6: Impeachment of the President

Then it goes back to be vote on by the Legislative it has to be 70% of the votes to get impeach.

Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid in homework passes. 1 for ever other week in there term.
Section 8: Legislative Quoram
The sum of 5 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.

Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws. He must sign in into a law or send it back to to get voted on.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term 
The Presidential term is 1 month.


Section 2: Selection of the President
 There will be people the run. Out of the people that run. The class will listen the them, vote on the one they like the most.


Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
 You Must be at the age of 13 to run.


Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid in candy of his or her choice.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
 The President should pick the judges. The Congress should approve them.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
 They can only sever for 1 month and they must have a 3.0 GPA.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime 
Where ever you did the crime that where you should stand
Section 2: Changes and Ammendments to the Constitution

The ammendments can be ask for by anyone. The hole class will vote to change the law
Section 3:
Students will be able to vote at the age of 13.
Bill Of Rights:
Every person has the right to speak there mind. To live there life as long as they are flowing the rules. to be in the class room and feel safe.


Peter L.
​Preamble
We the people of 207 in order to form a more perfect classroom and establish a peaceful, enjoyable, and fun learning environment.

Article I The Executive Branch
The Executive Branch shale have President and a vice President. The kids of room 207 will be a democracy, so we will vote for a President and I Vice President. In order to be a President you will have to be thirteen to fifteen years old, have a G.P.A that is a 2.5 or higher, not missed more them five days of school, and not have more then two detentions lot of detentions or suspensions. The President will be a President for two months and have two terms. The President will be stripped from his or her title and power if he or she is becoming a bad student or becomes impeached or resigns. The President will not be payed. The Vice President will also have to thirteen to fifteen years old and does not have more then three detentions or suspensions, mot missed more then ten days of school. , but will have to have a 2.0 or higher. The Vice President will become a President only if the President resigns, becomes stripped of power, or becomes impeached. The Vice President will be a Vice President for two months and have two terms and the Vice president will not be payed.

Article II The Judicial Branch
The Judicial Branch shale have two Judges from each row. The Supreme Court Judges will be voted in by the kids of room 207. The Judges will have a G.P.A of 2.0 or higher, no more them two detentions, missed for then five days of school, must be between the ages of thirteen and fifteen. Also in order to be part of the Supreme Court you must have good social skill and not get frustrated easy. The Judges will serve for two months and have two terms.

Article III The Legislative Branch
The Legislative Branch will have one representative form each row and the class will have five senators.The kids in the row will elect there representative and the class will vote the five senators. In order to become a representative or a member of the senate you must have a G.P.A of 2.0 or higher, have no more then three detentions, not missed more then five days of school.

Article IV The Bill Of Rights
1. The kids of room 207 will have no homework on weekends.
2. The kids of room 207 will have no projects right after one another.
3. The kids of room 207 will have the right of a fair trial.
4. The kids of room 207 will have the right to have a party every Friday if we are good.
5. The kids of room 207 have the right of having not alot of projects.