Social Studies

Supervisor: Roseth Rodriguez ext. 12330
[email protected]

The purpose of the Social Studies program is to develop an awareness of rights, opportunities, and responsibilities involved in being a citizen of the United States.  To that end, the social studies curricula aim to equip the student with a firm foundation for effective citizenship from a variety of sources, including history, geography, sociology, economics, law, and current issues.

  • Books can be picked up in the High School Guidance Office based on the schedule below.
  • Availability is limited and NOT ALL books are available.
  • A balance of $150 will appear on the account of students requesting textbooks.
  • Failure to return the textbook will prevent students from receiving their schedules prior to school opening in September.
  • Books are due back to the High School Guidance Office by August 21, or the student's account will be charged the full, non-refundable cost of the book.

 Book Borrowing Schedule:

  • Requests made by Monday, June 19 will be available by Monday, June 26.
  • Requests made by Monday, June 26 will be available by Monday, July 3.
  • Requests made by Monday, July 3 will be available by Monday, July 10.
  • No requests will be honored after July 7.

Online Resources
The following website links are to be used for student enrichment purposes. These resources are simply for additional opportunities for exploration of concepts.  The Social Studies Department staff may use some of these sites within their classrooms as well as a variety of other resources to enrich learning.
Websites provided below may contain content or advertisements that are not endorsed by Moorestown Township Board of Education.