Social Studies - U.S. History I 
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Left to right:  'Thomas Jefferson,' Manuel, Kaitlin, & 'John Adams.' (March 9th, 2015)

Which political party are you?  
Take quiz to find out -----> POLITICAL PARTY QUIZ

Christian wears shirt with quote from John Adams, 
"Facts are stubborn things." 

Bill of Rights Websites:

The 2014 Winter Olympics  are over.  
For official medal standings by country, click on this link------>   Medal Count
2/24/14: Jason and Chris stand in front of our class chart showing medal standings from the Winter Olympics.  

2/11/14: Jenn and Kristen worked on a map showing Paul Revere's ride in 1775. 

Students added Theodore Roosevelt and Thomas Jefferson to our Presidential portrait.

"Facts are stubborn things...."
-John Adams said this in 1770 during a very famous trial.
What do you think the quote means?
John Adams (pictured above), served as America's first Vice-President and second President.  

"A house divided against itself cannot stand."
-Abraham Lincoln, 1858.  What could have Lincoln been talking about?

Abraham Lincoln (pictured above) led the United States through its greatest crisis:  the Civil War.

"...ask not what your country can do for you,
ask what you can do for your country."
-President John F. Kennedy, 1961.  What was President Kennedy telling Americans?

President John F. Kennedy or J.F.K. (pictured above) was one of our youngest Presidents.
He served as President from 1961-1963.  Do you know why he served for such a short time?