Social Studies Department
The Social Studies course offerings enable a student to acquire skills and develop understandings necessary for citizenship in our society. To achieve these goals, the department provides an extensive and flexible program through the four years of high school. A student has the opportunity to experience four years of Social Studies courses in geography, the histories, political sciences, economics, cultural studies and the behavioral sciences. The Social Studies are developed to aid you by:
- providing a wide range of courses which will allow you to fulfill the Social Studies credit requirement expected by most colleges and universities.The Social Studies are designed to accelerate basic academic skills that are a definite benefit in preparing for entrance to a college or university, in preparation for any career and in preparation for civic life.
- preparing you with the skills you will need as a citizen in American society.
- providing you with ample exposure to local, national, and international current events.
- providing you with a sequential program of skill building in the following areas: writing, research, verbal discussion, reading, and critical thinking which will better prepare you to implement these communication skills in college and/or chosen career.
Social Studies Department Photo
First Row (left to right): David Ashton, Cathy Garrity, Kathy Linder, Cindy Tilt, Miguel Silva, Ed Bucz, Mike Albiniak, Rob Lugiai, Randy Smith, Mike Bochenski, Todd Holberg, Seth Brady, Mike WilsonRow 2: Sam Allen, Student Teacher, Georganne Gabrielli, Mike Ulreich, Sarah Braun, Steve Stack, Jane Thompson, Matt Zieman, Donna Mohn, Lynne Hanley, Rodney RossNot Pictured: Jane Thompson
Social Studies Staff Directory
|First Name||Last Name||Voicemail 1(630)||Classes Taught|
|David||Ashtonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Dept. Chair, Modern American History|
|Mike||Bochenskiemail@example.com||American Government, AP Government|
|Seth||Bradyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Comparative Religions, Humanities Capstone, World Cultures|
|Sarah||Braunemail@example.com||World Cultures, World History|
|Edwin||Buczfirstname.lastname@example.org||Sociology, U.S. History|
|Lynne||Hanleyemail@example.com||AP World History, World Cultures|
|Todd||Holmbergfirstname.lastname@example.org||Cultural Anthropology, World Cultures|
|Donna||Mohnemail@example.com||American Government, Contemporary Legal Issues|
|Rodney||Rossfirstname.lastname@example.org||Government, World History|
|Miguel||Silvaemail@example.com||American Government, U.S. History|
|Randy||Smithfirstname.lastname@example.org||AP American Government, American Government|
|Steve||Stackemail@example.com||American Studies, U.S. History|
|Cindy||Tiltfirstname.lastname@example.org||AP Psychology, Psychology|
|Mike||Ulreichemail@example.com||American Studies, AP U.S. History|
|Mike||Wilsonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Comparative Religions, Sociology, Urban History|
|Matt||Ziemanemail@example.com||AP American Government, AP Psychology, Psychology|
|Letitia||Zwickertfirstname.lastname@example.org||World Cultures, AP Comparative Government|