Guam - Nearly 60 5th grade students from Santa Barbara Catholic School took their heads out of the books and paid a visit to the island's three branches of government today. The group took tours and learned the operations of the Judicial Center, the Guam Legislature, and the Governor's Office.

Students also related their visit to some of the activities they did during law week.

"I think it's really fun because you get to meet the people who are making the laws and then see real judges and stuff," said one student, with another commenting, "I really related to the Legislative Branch because I drew laws that protect us and our earth to not drink to not take drugs."