Cycle Days at GFMS
Monday, May 21 - 1 - 2 hour delay
Tuesday, May 22- Day 2
Wednesday, May 23 - Day 3
Thursday, May 24 - Day 4
Friday, May 25 - Day 5
Social Studies 5 - Curriculum stresses geographic, economic, social/cultural & political understanding of the U.S., Canada & Latin America. Students learn factors that lead to different cultures & compare/contrast cultures of the Western Hemisphere.
Social studies 6 - Emphasizes the interdependence of all people, keying on the eastern Hemisphere. Geography & economics are used to develop & draw relationships and understanding about social/cultural, political and historical aspects of life in the Eastern Hemisphere.
Social Studies 7 - Chronologically organized study of U.S. and NYS history. Course content begins with Global Heritage of the American people prior to 1500 and ending with the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Social Studies 8 - Chronological study of the U.S. and NYS history. Begins with an Industrial Society (post Civil War) and ends with the changing nature of the American people from World War II to the present. Provides a solid content base in American History.