Annual Exit Polling LOTC

Parents are needed to help teachers drive and chaperone students to two precincts in Charleston County as students interview citizens after they finish voting. Help is needed from approximately 8:00-1:30.

2018 Exit Polling LOTC

Exit polling is an annual USL tradition, allowing our students to learn about issues, candidates, and voter turn out. Students compile their results from precincts in Charleston and Berkeley counties and compare their predictions to the actual outcomes of ballot measures and elections. Alumni, mentors, … Read more

LOTC: Cookies & League of Women Voters

Postponed due to Hurricane Florence, we will be participating in the annual USL tradition of baking and then delivering cookies to our neighbors–businesses, churches, and schools–as a way to show kindness to others and build our communication skills. Because it is Halloween and our students … Read more

LOTC: Election Preparations & Career Exploration

As preparation for November’s elections and our exit polling project on Election Day, students will hear from several speakers in the upcoming weeks – this includes the League of Women Voters (history of voting laws in America and more) and candidates from the Green, Democratic, … Read more

LOTC: Election Preparation with Katie Arrington

As preparation for November’s elections and our exit polling project on Election Day, students will hear from several speakers in the upcoming weeks – this includes the League of Women Voters (history of voting laws in America and more) and candidates from the Green, Democratic, … Read more