From what I have gathered, a middle-school minded Constitution could look something like this: (It probably applies to most grown-ups too)
We want to speak, be seen and be heard.
We want to be every-day heroes.
We want to participate.
We want to do our best and get credit for it.
We need responsibility.
Broken laws can lead you to losing your seat at the lunch table.
We need authority: leaders and followers are both essential and they are usually discovered in the playground.
We still have a somewhat pure view of the world, even if we're becoming more skeptical.
We know the difference between right and wrong. Whoever influences us, defines this.
How can you help in your community? It has been said that anyone who volunteers, never feels lonely. I encourage you to Go Far for the people of your community.