History / Social Science

History11The social science department offers World Cultures 7 and U.S. History 8. In World Cultures, students will be introduced to the cultures of the world with an emphasis in geography, religion, technology/ achievements, politics, and society. In U.S. History 8, students will study the History of the United States from the foundations of a Constitutional Democracy to the Second Industrial Revolution of the 20th Century. Students will develop their critical thinking skills by listening, speaking, reading and writing. By the end of the course students will develop their ability to think clearly and critically, to ask and research significant questions, to read historical materials intelligently, and to express your ideas in a logical, concise manner.

World Cultures

World Cultures Video Sharing link

Mr. Danton Heinemann
Ms. Bianca Echeverria

U.S. History 8 Teachers


U.S. History Shared Video Files

Ms. Bianca Echeverria
Mr. Tony Ortiz

Social Science Course Descriptions

SOM - World Cultures 7 course guide.pdfWorld Cultures 7 course guide.pdf

SOM - U.S History 8 course guide.pdfU.S History 8 course guide.pdf