This week, through their partnership with The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, Parish 4th grade students had the privilege of working with Museum and Library Docents on The Presidential Hats Program in the Little Den on the Parish Midway campus.

The program was developed by the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, which is part of the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, an independent agency of the executive branch of government. The program focuses on the different roles of the U.S. President as indicated by the U.S. Constitution.  

The seven "Hats" the President wears include: Chief Legislator, Chief Diplomat, Commander in Chief, Chief Citizen, Chief Executive, Chief Politician and Chief Host. 

During the session with 4th grade, Parish students were asked to be "detectives" using information found at different stations to learn what duties are involved in each of the roles. 

Click Here for a brief video look inside this special event.

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