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  • Welcome to the Social Science Department!

    The Social Science program is designed to assist students in becoming informed citizens, fully aware of the need for ensuring the dignity and worth of the individual, personally involved in improving the society they have inherited, and capable of recognizing the interdependence of all peoples.  The goals of the program are developed through a variety of full-year and semester courses. The content of these courses draws upon the various social science disciplines including civics, geography, history, sociology, and psychology. These courses develop skills necessary in gathering, analyzing and evaluating information and taking informed action. 

     

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    Every Kid Outdoors Ticket Get Your Kids to the Park for FREE!
    Attention 4th Grade parents:  Your students are learning about the geography, climate and beauty of our country this year.  It's the perfect opportunity to plan a trip to visit one or more parks this spring or summer.  As part of the Every Kid in a Park initiative, 4th graders and their families are eligible for free admission to our amazing National Parks throughout the entire country!  Follow the link for more information on how to get your pass and start planning your trip.  Enjoy these national treasures.  4th Grade National Parks Pass Information  
     
    Many parks are close by!  Explore the list of places the pass is accepted by State Here.
     
    MA:  Lowell National Historic Park, Minute Man National Historic Park, Boston National Historic Park, Cape Cod National Seashore (Provincetown)
    NH: White Mountain National Forest
    ME: Acadia National Park

Social Sciences

  • Stephanie Quinn, M.A.T, C.A.G.S

      Ms. Stephanie Quinn, M.A.T, C.A.G.S
      K-12 Social Science Coordinator
      Phone:  978-251-5111 ext. 5520
      quinns@chelmsford.k12.ma.us

     
     
  • Register to Vote Logo The CHS Civics Classes want to encourage all seniors who are 18 years old to register to vote by February 12th in order to participate in the Massachusetts Primary Election on March 3rd. Students may stop by the Career Center and get a form from Ms. Acheson or they can register online at Mass.gov or scan the QR code on any of the registration posters located around the school. Let your voice be heard and vote in the Primary Election on March 3rd!  More information on voting eligibility and process can be found HERE.