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In the citizenship hot seat at Richland High

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Jerry Riggs, Richland High assistant principal, responds Tuesday to one of 10 citizenship questions in the “hot seat.” Social studies teacher Nicholas White challenged Richland School District staff to pass a student version of the American citizenship test. White added dramatic lighting and sound effects in each of his four classes. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald.com/video.
Jerry Riggs, Richland High assistant principal, responds Tuesday to one of 10 citizenship questions in the “hot seat.” Social studies teacher Nicholas White challenged Richland School District staff to pass a student version of the American citizenship test. White added dramatic lighting and sound effects in each of his four classes. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald.com/video. Tri-City Herald

Jerry Riggs, Richland High assistant principal, responds Tuesday to one of 10 citizenship questions in the “hot seat.”

Social studies teacher Nicholas White challenged Richland School District staff to pass a student version of the American citizenship test.

White added dramatic lighting and sound effects in each of his four classes. Riggs finds out Wednesday if he passed.

Watch a video at: www.tricityherald.com/video.

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