• NYS Social Studies Regents Examinations: 
     
    There are two social studies Regents exams.  The Global History and Geography Regents is given at the end of 10th grade and will be administered on June 15, 2017.  The United States History and Government Regents exam is given at the end of 11th grade and will be administered on June 13, 2017, The HHS Social Studies Department has developed the following review schedule for each exam.
     
    Regents Review Schedule for the US History and Government Regents:


    Tuesday, April 25: Colonial Period & American Revolution - A. Aiello room 368

    Wednesday, April 26: Constitution & Key Aspects of US Government - K. Barry room 365

    Tuesday, May 2: Sectionalism & Civil War A. Aiello room 368

    Wednesday, May 3: Reconstruction, Industrialization & Progressive Era-T.Druckenmiller room 368

    Tuesday, May 9: Key US Supreme Court Cases A. Aiello room 368

    Thursday, May 11: US Foreign Policy - A. Stebbins room 366

    Tuesday, May 16: US Economic Policies- T. Druckenmiller room 368

    Wednesday May 17: DBQ Essay Writing- A Stebbins room 366

    Thursday, May 18: Thematic Essay Writing - A. Aiello room 368

    Monday, May 22: Practice Regents Exam (MC) K. Barry room 365

    Tuesday, May 23: Practice Regents Exam (MC) A. Aiello room 368

    Wednesday, May 24: Constitution and Key Aspects of US Government-E. Robbins room 367

    Thursday May 25: DBQ Writing- A. Stebbins room 366

    Tuesday, May 30: Key US Supreme Court Cases- T. Druckenmiller room 368

    Wednesday, May 31: Presidential Policies Review-E. Robbins room 367

    Thursday, June 1: Practice Regents Exam (MC)-E. Robbins room 367

    Monday, June 5: DBQ Writing- K. Barry room 365

    Tuesday, June 6: Thematic Writing - A. Stebbins room 366

    Wednesday, June 7: Presidential Policies Review- T. Druckenmiller room 368

    Thursday, June 8: Practice Regents Exam (MC)-E. Robbins room 367

     
    Global History Review Schedule 
     
     

    GLOBAL HISTORY REVIEW CALENDAR

    May 2017

    Sunday

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    Saturday

    30

    1

    2




    3

    2:20-3:20

    Rm. 267

    Mrs. Lasurdo


    Geography

    4

    5

    6







    7

    8

    2:20-3:20  

    Rm. 260

    Mr. Zimmerman


    Neolithic Rev

    Ancient Civs

    Classical Civs

    9

    2:20-3:20Rm. 266

    Ms. Cono


    World Religions

    Thematic Essay Writing

    10


    Dept.

    Meeting

    11

    2:20-3:20      

    Rm. 267

    Mrs. Lasurdo


    Legal Systems

    Byzantine Empire

    Thematic Essay

    12

    2:20-3:20  

    Rm. 260

    Mr. Zimmerman


    Middle Ages

    Crusades

    Early Japan

    China

    13




    14

    15



    Dept.

    Meeting

    16

    2:20-3:20  

    Rm. 258

    Mrs. Conaghan


    African Civs

    Mongols



    17

    2:20-3:20pm  

    Rm. 260

    Mr. Zimmerman  


    Black Death

    Renaissance

    Reformation

    DBQ Documents

    18

    2:20-3:20      

    Rm 256

    Mr. Ginsberg


    Pre-Columbian Civs

    Age of Exploration

    Thematic Essay

    19

    2:20-3:20

    Rm. 258

    Mr. Ginsberg



    Scientific Rev

    Absolutism

    20




    21

    22

    2:20-3:20

    Rm. 258

    Mr. Ginsberg


    Enlightenment

    French Rev


    23

    2:20-3:20  

    Rm. 256

    Mrs. Conaghan


    Latin  Amer Rev

    Multiple Choice


    24

    2:20-3:20     

    Rm. 267

    Mrs. Lasurdo


    Industrial Rev

    Imperialism

    DBQ Writing

    25

    2:20-3:20  

    Rm. 266

    Ms. Cono


    Nationalism

    WWI

    26

    No School


    27



    28

    29


    No School

    Memorial Day

    30

    2:20-3:20

    Rm. 256

    Mrs. Conaghan


    Russian Rev

    Between the Wars

    DBQ Writing

    31

    2:20-3:20   

    Rm. 268

    Mrs. DiTroia


    Totalitarianism

    WWII



     

    June 2017

    Sunday

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday



    1

    2:20-3:20   

    Rm. 268

    Mrs. DiTroia


    Decolonization

    Africa, S Asia, Middle East and Latin America

    Multiple Choice

    2

    2:20-3:20   

    Rm. 266

    Ms. Cono


    Cold War

    Collapse of the USSR




    4

    5


    Faculty

    Meeting

    6

    2:20-3:20  

    Rm. 268

    Mrs. DiTroia


    Communist China







    7

    2:20-3:20     

    Rm. 267

    Mrs. Lasurdo



    Current World Problems

    8



    Dept. Meeting

    9

    2:20-3:20     

    Rm. 266

    Ms. Cono


    Essay Writing Prompts



    11

    12




    13



    14




    15

    GLOBAL

    REGENTS

    7:30 am


    GOOD

    LUCK:-)


    Bring pens!!!

    No cell phones/electronics!



     

    June 2017

    Sunday

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday



    1

    2:20-3:20   

    Rm. 268

    Mrs. DiTroia


    Decolonization

    Africa, S Asia, Middle East and Latin America

    Multiple Choice

    2

    2:20-3:20   

    Rm. 266

    Ms. Cono


    Cold War

    Collapse of the USSR




    4

    5


    Faculty

    Meeting

    6

    2:20-3:20  

    Rm. 268

    Mrs. DiTroia


    Communist China







    7

    2:20-3:20     

    Rm. 267

    Mrs. Lasurdo



    Current World Problems

    8



    Dept. Meeting

    9

    2:20-3:20     

    Rm. 266

    Ms. Cono


    Essay Writing Prompts



    11

    12




    13



    14




    15

    GLOBAL

    REGENTS

    7:30 am


    GOOD

    LUCK:-)


    Bring pens!!!

    No cell phones/electronics!




     

     
     
     
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    The Social Studies Department offers a wide variety of courses designed to fulfill the New York State requirements and encourage student growth, leadership and citizenship. In the middle school, students study the Eastern Hemisphere in 6th grade, United States history from Native Americans to the Civil War in 7th grade and United States history from Reconstruction to the present day in 8th grade.  In the high school, students study Global History and Geography or AP World History in 9th and 10th grades.  In 11th grade, students can choose from  United States History and Government or AP United States History or IB History of the Americas.  In 12th grade, students can choose from Participation in Governments and Economics, or AP US Government and Politics or IB History of the Americas.    An assortment of elective classes include college psychology and sociology through Syracuse University's Project Advance, as well as high school level criminal justice, everyday law, American history through film and pop culture.
     
     Mission/Goal Statement

    The goal of the Hauppauge School District Social Studies Department is to develop students who understand democracy, the workings of our government, appreciate diversity, and have a solid foundation of research and critical thinking skills while meeting the needs of all students.   Students should possess the necessary skills that would allow each to become productive citizens in, and contribute to our global society.

    NHD THEME 2016-17 - Taking a Stand in History

     
  • Mrs. Doreen Gordon
    Director of Social Studies & Business
     
     
    Mrs. Doreen Gordon is the Director of Social Studies and Business at Hauppauge Schools. Previously Mrs. Gordon was a social studies teacher at Hauppauge High School. She is also the Coordinator of the district's swim program.
     
    Contact Information
     
    Mrs. Gordon may be contacted by mail at the following address:
    Doreen Gordon
    Director of Social Studies & Business
    Hauppauge Public Schools
    500 Lincoln Blvd, PO Box 6006
    Hauppauge NY 11788
     
    Mrs. Gordon may be contacted by telephone at the following number:
    631-761-8320
     
    Mrs. Gordon may be contacted by e-mail at the following address:
    gordond@hauppauge.k12.ny.us