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2012 Constitution Day Essay Contest Photos
The Supreme Court Justices with the 2012 Constitution Day Essay Contest winners and finalists (Photos by Brian Eddy, NH Supreme Court)
QUESTION:
In your opinion, does the U.S. Constitution ban potential employers from requiring you to provide passwords to your social media accounts, such as Facebook and Twitter, as part of a background check for a job? Should school administrators be permitted to ask for your passwords? Is that different from a potential employer making that request? Use examples.

Grades 5-8
Grades 9-12

STATEWIDE WINNER
Benjamin Swain
Fairgrounds Middle School

STATEWIDE WINNER
Reid Zuckerman
John Stark Regional High School

2012's finalists
Grades 9-12 Statewide Winner Reid Zuckerman from John Stark Regional High School

 

2012's finalists
Associate Justice Robert Lynn with Grades 5-8 Statewide Winner Benjamin Swain from Fairgrounds Middle School

 

2012's finalists
Associate Justice Carol Ann Conboy (l) and finalist Bryanna Zwicker from Newmarket High School

 

2012's finalists
Associate Justice Carol Ann Conboy (l) and finalist Samina Mian from The Islamic Academy

 

2012's finalists
Associate Justice Carol Ann Conboy (l) and finalist Will Weatherly from Lebanon High School

 

2012's finalists
Associate Justice Carol Ann Conboy (l) and finalist Hannah Clark from Unity Elementary School

 

2012's finalists
Chief Justice Linda Stewart Dalianis (l) and finalist Anika Frederiksen from Keene Middle School

 

2012's finalists
Associate Justice Carol Ann Conboy (l) and finalist Shannon Meeks from Londonderry High School

 

2012's finalists
Maria Soraghan from Hampstead Middle School with her family in the courtroom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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