CHARLESTON - Keyser Middle School eighth graders in Tommy Nester's West Virginia Studies classes had the opportunity to travel to the State Capital in Charleston on Monday, March 4, to serve as legislative pages in the state Senate and House of Delegates.

For the News Tribune
CHARLESTON - Keyser Middle School eighth graders in Tommy Nester's West Virginia Studies classes had the opportunity to travel to the State Capital in Charleston on Monday, March 4, to serve as legislative pages in the state Senate and House of Delegates.
Students were able to learn first hand how the state government functions by serving as pages for the day and worked alongside local legislatures to learn about the legislative process. 
While in Charleston, the students were also able to attend sessions of the state legislature, tour the Secretary of State's office and Governor's Cabinet room, and the West Virginia Supreme Court. Students were also able to visit the Governor's office and take pictures with the Governor's podium and the black bears displayed at the state attorney general's office. They were also able to tour the Governor's mansion, state capital, and the West Virginia Museum and Culture Center.