Sixth graders put Hammerabi’s Code of Laws to the Test.

**Something Special Happening in Ms. Jagusch's Sixth Grade Social Studies Class...**

Hammurabi’s Code of Laws were put to the test by GCAA's sixth graders to determine the guilt or innocence of an accused thief. Students became Kings, Queens, attorneys, witnesses, jurors, scribes, accusers, lawbreakers, and bailiffs in order to try the case of the Priest’s stolen gold ring during a fire at the ziggurat.