"We cannot escape history and neither can we escape a desire to understand it" - Anonymous
Mrs. Anita Falvo, Supervisor
908-647-4800 ext. 4816
The Social Studies Department is committed to the school vision of developing critical and creative thinkers who collaborate and communicate. We promote academic inquiry, acceptance and tolerance of differences, and encourage students to learn in a way that will help them solve real-world, authentic issues.
News from the Department-
Dr. DiGiovanna, Mr. Karnas, Mr. O'Reilly, Mr. Apel, Mrs. Lettington, and Mrs. Falvo
Attending the College Board's AP Conference this summer.
Looking for students to join Mock Trial for the 2014-15 school year
The History Club will resume in 2014-15
Spent some of the summer in North Carolina studying the Cherokee Indians and met the 1st female chief of the particular tribe.
History/Social Studies teachers are committed to providing their students with the knowledge, skills, and perspectives to be responsible, civic-minded citizens. Through the study of history and social sciences, we aim to develop the following: promoting interest in learning about the past and present, encourage creative and ethical decision-making, practice communication through writing and speech, engage in conflict resolution skills, and become motivated to take part in society in a positive manner.