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MR. OLMAN'S SOCIAL STUDIES

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Looking forward to a great 2020-2021
If you need to contact me, e-mail is my preferred method of communication. This website will provide you with information involving 6th and 7th and 8th grade Social Studies. Please check the Parent Portal and Google Classroom weekly to keep up-to-date on grades and/or uncompleted work. Contact the main office at (732) 264-5400 if you are having difficulty accessing the site
 
 
For Students/Parents

GREAT CLASS NOTES, HANDOUTS NOTES ALONG WITH CLASS PARTICIPATION, ARE THE KEYS TO SUCCESS
There are NO excuses for not getting and completing missed assignments, because they are all on Google Classroom, if you are absent. Extra time may be given depending on the circumstances. I accept assignments during a marking period, for reduced credit, up to two days before the end of each marking period. A missed assignment becomes a zero after that. If the assignment is turned in on time, but incomplete, the same rule applies you have till two days before the end of the marking period to complete it for credit
Handouts missed because of absence MUST be asked for by the student or parent. Almost all handouts will be scanned and available on Google Classroom. I give occasional three question mini-quizzes on the handouts to ensure that students actually read the handouts.
Learn to be proactive and get the assignments and missed notes from a classmate, Google Classroom, or from the handout file cubes.
Look on Google Classroom for assignments and for due dates.
 
 
 
 
6TH GRADE NOTICES AND ALERTS
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We start the school year off with definitions of the five areas of social studies; economics, civics, sociology, geography and history. Students will learn that all events in history can be judged through those studies.

7TH GRADE NOTICES AND ALERTS
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We start the school year off with definitions of the five areas of social studies; economics, civics, sociology, geography and history. Students will learn that all events in history can be judged through those studies. We will then start the year off with a comprehensive review of the Constitution. The United States of America is defined by its Constitution, if we abuse it, we lose our identity and become diminished in both how we view ourselves and how the world sees us.