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​Social Studies

 

 
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Social studies pursues the questions of who we are, why we are the way we are, and how the world works.  Embedded in the social sciences of history, geography, political science, and economics are lessons about human nature and the human condition, with sober reflection on the shortcomings and an appreciation of the noblest achievements.  Social studies investigates what choices we have, as individuals, as a society, as a world.  In its essence, social studies is about life.  Social studies will help young people develop the ability to make informed and reasonable decisions for the public good as citizens of a culturally diverse, democratic society in an interdependent world.

Department Staff

 
Scott Myers

Scott Myers
Department Coordinator
Social Studies Teacher

Office - 230
720-886-1960

smyers8@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

AP Human Geography
IB History of the Americas




​   Jeff Buck

Chad Barnett

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 226
720-886-1963

cbarnett8@cherrycreekschools.org



Classes

Government/Economics

​   Jeff Buck

Jen Barnhart

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 222
720-886-2042

jbarnhart@cherrycreekschools.org



Classes

World Geography



Danny Bowman

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 217
720-886-2292

dbowman2@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

Government/Economics
​   Jeff Buck


J​eff ​Buck

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 236
720-886-2018

jbuck@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes
US History



​ Gerry Camilli
Gerry Camilli

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 230
720-886-2208

gcamilli@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

AP Psychology

Psychology



​   Jeff Buck

Scott DesBois

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 222
720-886-2209

sdesbois@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

AP Human Geography
World Geography

Jon Digiorgio

Jon Digiorgio

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 138
720-886-2282

jdigiorgio2@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

World Geography
CO History

​ Melinda Emch

Melinda Emch

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 222
720-886-2211

memch@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes
AP Government & Politics
AP Human Geography

World Geography

Chris Faust

Chris Faust

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 236
720-886-1961

jfaust2@cherrycreekschools.org

Classes

AP Psychology
Street Law
U.S. History


Troy Flores
Troy Flores

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 226
720-886-2231

tflores4@cherrycreekschools.org

Classes

Contemporary Issues
U.S. History



​ Tammy Johnson

Tammy Johnson

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 236
720-886-2253

tjohnson41@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

Sophomore Enrichment Seminar
Student Leadership

World Geography
​ Chris Leisge

Chris Leisge

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 236
720-886-2130

cleisge@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

U.S. History
World Geography




Suzi McKay

Suzi McKay

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 226
720-886-2038

smckay7@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

AP Psychology
CE U.S. History 101 & 102
IB Psychology




Terry Miller

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 226
720-886-2019

tmiller3@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes
AVID 12
Government/Economics


Caley Mitchell

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 236
720-886-2281

cmitchell32@cherrycreekschools.org




Classes
AP U.S. History
Government/Economics
Pam Patrick


Pam Patrick

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 230
720-886-2229

ppatrick2@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

AP U.S. Government & Politics
Street LAw



​ Gene Runyon

Gene Runyon

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 236
720-886-1962

fruyon@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

Psychology
World Geography


Janis Schimmel

Janis Schimmel

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 217
720-886-2206

jschimmel@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

AP U.S. Government & Politics
IB TOK 11 & 12



Derek Schreiner
Derek Schreiner

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 236
720-886-2021

dschreiner2@cherrycreekschools.org



Classes

AP U.S. World History
IB 20th Century History
World History


Henry Simon


Henry Simon

CTE/Vocational Ed Teacher

Office- 222
720-886-4402

hsimon3@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

Criminal Justice Law Enforcement



Megan Webb

Megan Webb

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 222
720-886-1963

mwebb12@cherrycreekschools.org


Classes

AP U.S. History
IB History - The 20th Century
World History
Contemporary Issues
Kevin Wills-Keely

Kevin Wills-Keely

Social Studies Teacher

Office - 226
720-884-2230

kwillskeely@cherrycreekschools.org



Classes

AP Human Geography
IB History of the Americas

C.E. U.S.
History 101 & 102

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