Social Studies

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Mr McCamon's class

Pictured above: The Emerging Scholars visit a celebration of African dance.

Staff

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Mr. Andrew White

Social Studies Resource Teacher
Honors US History
AP US History

Andrew_White@mcpsmd.org

Mr. Chris Bohlen

AVID NSL, NSL & Connections

 

Mr. Peter Cassis

AVID Modern World, Modern World & Sociology

 

Ms. Erica Gardes

US History
AVID US History

Erica_A_Gardes@mcpsmd.org

 Ms. Cari Huffman

US History

 

Mr. Joe Jelen

Staff Development Teacher
Modern World History

Joseph_F_Jelen@mcpsmd.org

Ms. Kim Lueck

AP World History
Honors Modern World History

Kimberly_J_Lueck@mcpsmd.org

Ms. Jamie Mahoney

AP World History
World History

Jamie_N_Mahoney@mcpsmd.org

Mr. Stuart Miller

AP NSL Government
Honors NSL Government

Stuart_H_Miller@mcpsmd.org

Ms. Amy Rose

US History & Comparative Religions

Amy_Rose@mcpsmd.org

Mr. Lewis Tucker Schrumm III

Modern World History

Lewis_A_SchrummIII@mcpsmd.org

Mr. Sam Silsbee

AP NSL & AP Psychology

Samuel_M_Silsbee@mcpsmd.org

Mr. Richard Smith

NSL Government

Richard_J_Smith@mcpsmd.org

Mr. Bryan Walker

Connections

US History
African American History

Bryan_K_Walker@mcpsmd.org

Ms. Jennifer Walker

NSL Government and Connections

 

Ms. Jane Wright

NSL Government
Sociology

Jane_M_Wright@mcpsmd.org

 



Course Sequence

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Elective Courses

  • African American Studies

    Textbook that corresponds with the course. Click Here...

    Site for class field trip that explores contributes of African Americans in a variety of areas that relate to the African American experience in Maryland. Click Here...

    Site for class field trip which deals with recognizing different events and individuals in the African American community. Click Here...

    A book written by John Hope Franklin explaining the trials and tribulations of the African American experience here and abroad. Click Here...

  • Comparative Religion

    An overview of the world’s major religions. Click Here...

    An objective religious fact checker which addresses misconceptions about the worlds religions. Click Here...

    The Encyclopedia Mythica: Encyclopedic entries about different mythologies. Click Here...

  • Law

    This is the companion site for the law textbook. It contains quizzes, links, and other resources. Click Here...

    The State of Maryland Judiciary Page which describes the state court system. Click Here...

    Circuit Court of Montgomery County – information about the county judicial system. Click Here...

    Maryland’s Legal Code – search the actual statutes. Click Here...

  • Psychology

    AP Psychology Course Homepage on AP Central. Click Here...

    The Society for Neuroscience’s Neuroscience Education Resources Virtual Encycloportal. Click Here...

    Psychology – This is the companion site for the textbook. It contains quizzes, links, and other resources. Click Here...

  • Sociology

    This is the companion site for the textbook. It contains quizzes, links, and other resources. Click Here...

    A blog focusing on current trends in sociology. Click Here...

  • AP US History

    The AP US History textbook: This is the companion site for the textbook. It contains quizzes, links, and other resources. Click Here...


Links

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