History Bowl

Eleven committed Summit middle school students competed at the 4th Annual History Bowl in Morrisville, Missouri on Thursday, January 19th. These awesome scholars spent the

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This week in social studies. . .

Sixth Grade Today, students in sixth grade began presenting their research on leaders throughout history. After a discussion about leadership traits and their importance, students

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US Government

Middle school students are studying the US government this week. Sixth grade students took a quiz on Tuesday that assessed their learning about the branches

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American History

Middle School students are wrapping up the Revolutionary War, and so they have a big question to answer: What government will these thirteen former colonies

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Social Studies Update

Summit students have been busy over the last few days! We’ve had field trips, tea parties, early learners buddy time, study sessions for History Bowl,

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Colonial Trading and Economy

Middle school historians have been studying the economy of the British colonies in America. As part of this study, we’ve learned about mercantilism and protectionist

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Middle School US History

Middle school history classes are starting their week with a question about the American Revolution. A quick recap of what they already know helps to

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The Thirteen Colonies

Sixth grade students have been learning about European motivations for colonizing in the Americas. We have examined several New England and Middle colonies, and now

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