Ms. Saluke's Social Studies Classes


This year in Economics
  • I want you to leave this class able apply economic analysis to a variety of real world situations.
  • I want you to leave this class to improve their personal and civic decision-making skills.
  • I want you to prepare for your future educational and career goals by meeting college level expectations and practicing skills for life-long success.
  • I want you to develop a sense of community and make their junior/senior year their best year of high school.
This year in Government
  • You will engage in societal problems and participate in opportunities to contribute to the common good.
  • You will learn that a democratic government is enhanced when individuals exercise the skills to participate effectively in civic affairs.
  • You will understand the  principles related to representative democracy as reflected in the U.S. Constitution
  • You will understand that the three branches compose the basic structure of the federal government. Public policy is created through the making of laws, the execution of the laws and the adjudication of disputes under the laws.
  • You will see that the government of the United States protects the freedoms of its people and provides opportunities for citizens to participate in the political process.
  • We will look into how the State of Ohio acts within the framework of the U.S. Constitution and extends powers and functions to local governments
  • You will identify how the federal, state and local governments address problems and issues by making decisions, creating laws, enforcing regulations and taking action
  • You will identify which actions of government play a major role in the flow of economic activity. Governments consume and produce goods and services. Fiscal and monetary policies, as well as economic regulations, provide the means for government intervention in the economy.
This year in Psychology and Sociology
  • Identify how race, gender, class, ethnicity, aging, population, and relationships affect day-to-day life.
  • Learn about human development, states of consciousness, sensation and perception
  • Evaluate adjustments in one’s own life and society to optimize individual and societal behaviors.  
  • Apply knowledge to everyday situations, problems and adjustments that provides for the structure and function of the American social system.
  • Approach current issues with an open-mind & contribute beliefs and ideas.
  • Demonstrate individual responsibility while gaining skills to be a collaborative team member.
  • Become a proficient technology user and use resources efficiently & appropriately

School Year 2016-2017
A Day
Period 1 - Jefferson Hall Room 271
7:35 - 8:23  Economics
Period 2 - Jefferson Hall Room 271
8:29 - 9:17  Economics
Period 3 - Jefferson Hall Room 274
9:32 - 10:20  Government
Period 4 - Lunch
10:26 - 11:14
Block 3 - Clark Hall Room 325
11:20 - 12:56  Psychology/Sociology
Block 4 - Clark Hall
1:14 - 2:50

B Day
Period 1 - Jefferson Hall Room 271
7:35 - 8:23  Economics
Period 2 - Jefferson Hall Room 271
8:29 - 9:17  Economics
Period 3 - Jefferson Hall Room 274
9:32 - 10:20  Government
Period 4 - Lunch
10:26 - 11:14
Block 3 - Clark Hall 
11:20 - 12:56  Conference
Block 4 - Clark Hall Room 325
1:14 - 2:50  Psychology/Sociology

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