History

US History I - 6th
The sixth grade social studies curriculum focuses on United States history from
1865 to the present, and students continue to learn fundamental concepts in civics,
economics, and geography within this historical context. Students also refine skills
necessary for interpreting and using information, skills used for historical thinking, and
strategies for interpreting and using information from maps and globes.

TEACHERS
Ms. Baldree


US History II - 7th
The seventh grade social studies curriculum focuses on Civics and Economics.
The students continue to learn fundamental concepts in civics, economics, and
geography within this historical context. Students also refine skills necessary for
interpreting and using information, skills used for historical thinking, and strategies for
interpreting and using information from maps and globes.

TEACHERS
Mrs. Holland
Mr. Wheeler
Mrs. Jaffke


Civics - 8th
The eighth grade World Geography social studies curriculum is the study of the
world’s people, places, and environments, and emphasizes historical developments in
the United States and Canada, Middle and South America, Europe, Russia, Asia, and
Africa. The curriculum focuses on the ways in which people in various cultures influence
and are influenced by their physical and ecological environments. Topics of study
include characteristics of the world’s varied populations and cultures, countries and
regions, land forms and climates, natural resources and natural hazards, economic and
political systems, and migration and settlement patterns. Students use a variety of print
and electronic resources to analyze the relationships between people and places.

TEACHERS
Mr. Dinwiddie
Mr. Wheeler