Social Studies
The Social Studies Department recognizes the effects of cultural diversity in history and society and strives to create an understanding of history’s relevance and the importance of social studies in the process of developing active world citizens.  Social studies is the study of social relationships in all their variations both past and present.  It draws its substance from the disciplines of anthropology, economics, geography, government, history, sociology and psychology.  The social studies program strives to develop independent thinking skills within students in order to help them make rational decisions consistent with basic democratic values in a rapidly changing world.
Department Announcements
Potential Washington D.C. Trip (April 16-18, 2016)
The Social Studies Department would like to organize a 3-trip to Washington D.C. We are currently reaching out to students who may be interested. The recruitment flyer prepared by Explorica is located in the Department Files below.

Department Contacts
+ *How to Email Staff*
+ Bailey, Renee
+ Dowdle, Michael
+ Dunn, Carey
+ Fassett, Jocelyn
+ McKeon, John
+ McMahon, Chris
+ Yakstis, Nicole
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