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Social Studies

The purpose of history and social studies is to prepare students to ask and seek answers to meaningful questions and prepare them with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to become informed participants in an ever-changing global community and to act responsibly to improve its condition. 

Students are required to complete 3 credits of Social Studies for graduation. These credits must include: 1 of Modern World History, 1 of U.S. History, and .5 of American Government.

SOCIAL STUDIES COURSES AND DESCRIPTIONS

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STAFF

Amanda Beaulieu

AP Modern Euro, Modern World History, Skills Seminar

Dr. Justin Boucher

AP Psychology/Psychology Teacher

Asia Clermont

US African American History, US History

Thomas Devine

History of Modern Warfare, Modern World History

Elise Dunphe

AP Modern Euro, Modern World History

Dr. Chad Ellis

Dept Supervisor of Social Studies

Michelle Flaucher

AP US History, US History

Julia Jensen

ESOL American Government, Modern World History

Patrick McManus

AP US History, Classical Studies, US History

Caitlyn Metsack

Interim Teacher

Joel Ortiz

American Government, Intro Psychology

Jessica Palliardi

Intro Sociology, Modern World History

Colleen Peling

American Government, AP Economics

Remz Pokorny

American Government, US History

James Polites

ASK, Social Studies Teacher

Dr. Lara White

AP Psychology, Intro Anthropology