Model Organization of American States here No. 8-9
More than 250 high school students and their advisors come to the UW-Parkside campus this week for the 29th annual Model Organization of American States. The program, which simulates a meeting of the world's oldest regional organization, takes place at various campus locations Thursday and Friday, Nov. 8-9.
Directed by our Politics, Philosophy, and Law Department colleague Peggy James, the university welcomes students from Racine's Case, Horlick, Park, and Walden high schools, the Prairie School of Racine, and from Badger High School, Kettle Moraine High School, McFarland High School, Waterford High School, and West Bend East & West High School.
Helping to make the Model Organization of American States a success again this year are UW-Parkside students Jovanni Ceja, Lynne Eedy, Kristin Kotleski, Mary Kotleski, Ashley Marchetti, and Mario Orlando.The proceedings begin with a grand assembly Thursday morning in the Main Stage Theatre of the Rita Tallent Picken Regional Center for Arts and Humanities.