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Social Studies

Hello and welcome to Everman Joe C. Bean High School Social Studies Department academic page.  In order to graduate literate, aware and concerned citizens, the Everman Joe C. Bean Social Studies Department is committed to providing a learning environment in which students will:

  • learn the skills necessary for personal success in a rapidly changing society – questioning, writing, reading, listening, speaking, discussing, researching – and those leading to computer literacy
  • develop analytical strategies that promote fair-minded and logical points of view
  • derive historical significance from events through understanding the impact of the past on the present and future
  • respect a citizen’s rights and responsibilities and the methods by which our government functions
  • develop a sense of their unique cultural identities along with an appreciation of the diversity of humankind
  • learn how to function as positive, contributing members of society


Beatty, Blake - World History
Brashers, Darquise - World Geography
Brown, Roderick - Government/Economics
Crosby, Sean - World Geography
Dutton, Phillip - Government/Economics
Galvin, Monique - Social Studies Inclusion
Gonzalez, Christian - US History
Hendrix, Caleb - World Geography
Jones, Allison - US History
Leahy, Russell - World History
Moorer, Tyrone - Social Studies Inclusion
Payne, Marcellous - DC Government/US
Rodney, Anthony - Social Studies
Toomer, Brittnee - US History