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In the early grades, students explore their own families, communities, and the communities of others as they build their historical thinking skills.  As the years progress, students conduct more in-depth investigations of peoples in the United States and the rest of the world in order to develop a better understanding of the core areas of social studies: government, economics, geography, and history.  Ultimately, it is the goal of the social studies program to help students develop the critical skills needed to be active citizens in our community, our country, and our world. 

  • Kindergarten: Self & Others
  • Grade 1: My Family and Other Families, Now and Long Ago
  • Grade 2: My Community and Other United States Communities
  • Grade 3: Communities Around the World – Learning About People and Places
  • Grade 4: Local History and Government
  • Grade 5: The U.S., Canada, and Latin America
  • Grade 6: The Eastern Hemisphere
  • Grade 7: History of the United States and NY I
  • Grade 8: History of the United States and NY II


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