Social Studies

​​​​​​​​​A solid foundation in the Social Studies is necessary for students to develop into responsible and productive members of our world community.

 
​As a result of their education in the Rockwood Social Studies Program, Rockwood School District students will:
  • Use critical thinking skills.
  • Understand the rights and responsibilities of active citizens.
  • Identify democratic values and principles embodied in the Constitution and fundamental charters of freedom.
  • Use interpersonal skills such as cooperation, adaptability, and conflict resolution.
  • Develop understanding for cultural diversity at the local, state, national, and global levels.
  • Use available resources to research and process information in a changing world.
  • Demonstrate effective oral and written communication.
  • Recognize spatial, historical, political, social, and economic relationships.
  • Connect the past with the present and future.
  • Demonstrate characteristics of life-long learners.

 Contact Information

​​

 American History

ss.jpg
Teaching American History Grant
Missouri's western suburban school districts engage in courageous collaboration as they participate in th​​​e​ U.S. Department of Education Teaching American History Grants.

Learn more about the partnership!