The Social Studies department at Dutchtown High School welcomes parents and students to the 2017-2018 school year! We offer the following courses:World Geography, Honors World Geography, and AP Human Geography for students in the 9th gradeWorld History, Honors World History, and AP World History for students in the 10th gradeU.S. History, Honors U.S. History, and AP U.S. History for students in the 11th gradeAmerican Government, Economics, Honors American Government and Honors Economics, AP U.S. Government and Politics, AP Macroeconomics for students in the 12th gradeWe will be offering the following elective courses this year:African American StudiesPsychologySociologyIn our discipline, Milestones exams are taken in U.S. History and in Economics. Depending on the semester in which the student takes U.S. History or Economics, the Milestones exam will be taken in either December or May.We are a department steeped in scholarship and committed to rigorous standards-based instruction. Additionally, we are dedicated to building relationships with our parents and students. The following individuals teach within the Dutchtown Social Studies department:Dr. Danielle Boyum, AP U.S. History, Honors U.S. HistoryMs. Pamela Brown, American Government and Economics, Honors American Government and EconomicsMs. Bonnie Byars, U.S. HistoryMs. Tara Cleckley, World History, World GeographyMr. Sam Coley, American Government and Economics, World HistoryDr. Ira Davis, AP U.S. Government and Politics, AP Macroeconomics, Honors American Government and EconomicsMr. Jared Harmon, American Government and Economics, U.S. HistoryMrs. Karen Lawler-Kelley, AP Human Geography, Honors World Geography, World GeographyMs. Suzanne Maness, AP World History, Honors World History, World HistoryMr. Jack Phelps, Honors U.S. History, U.S. HistoryMr. Richard Postell, African American Studies, Psychology and Sociology, World History, World GeographyMs. Audra Rawlings, World GeographyMs. Marsharee Williams, World GeographyPlease email us if you have any questions. Let's have a great school year!
Last Modified on August 26, 2017