School Attendance is important and in order to receive the best education, students need to Be Her! DoDEA's system-wide attendance policy for students is consistent with those found n many public schools throughout the United States.
Get in Gear for the New School Year with these tips from the US Department of Education: It’s almost that time of year again. Yes, in a few weeks school will be back in session. Is your child ready to succeed? Are you ready to help?
DoDEA is adopting the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) into its curriculum, instruction, and assessment programs. Adopting the CCSS will benefit DoDEA's highly mobile student population which moves frequently between public schools and DoDEA schools.
As the mechanism for articulating DoDEA’s strategic plan, the CSP presents the key elements of the plan in a manner that first establishes a foundational understanding of DoDEA’s strategic vision, mission, core values, goals and planning themes.
Bullying is a widespread and serious problem across our nation. It's what happens when someone repeatedly hurts or threatens another person on purpose. Bullying comes in many forms—name—calling, leaving people out, spreading rumors or physically hurting someone. And it can happen in person, in writing, online, on cell phones, in school, on the bus, at home, or anywhere. It is not a normal rite of passage, it has serious consequences and it's NOT acceptable.
DoDEA’s ability to impact educational outcomes for children of military families is best leveraged through outreach and partnerships with school districts, professional organizations, and most importantly
In Depth spoke with the Department of Defense Education Activity Principal Deputy Director Adrian Talley. He explained a new partnership with the Army Corps of Engineers to boost science and engineering education in DoD schools. Kim Day, chief of DODEA's science branch, describes how DODEA will make that integration with help from the Army Corps of Engineers.
GradeSpeed. GradeSpeed is a web-based program that enables parents to log-in to view grade and attendance data for their student(s). GradeSpeed will be the only authorized and supported grade book used by DoDEA employees in Grades 4-12.
The DoD Student Meal Program follows the same USDA regulations and guidelines as schools throughout the United States for nutrition and meal components. School menus follow USDA nutritional requirements. Students who qualify under federal guidelines are provided free and reduced-price meals.
DoDEA's HQ and Area Leadership
As parents, you play a vital role in your child’s education. The Department of Defense is committed to ensuring that the children of military families in DoDEA schools receive an excellent education that prepares them for successful careers and to be active contributors to their communities and the nation...read more.
The information parents need to learn about which school their child will attend, how to enroll their children in school as well as the basics regarding school calendars, immunization requirements, transportation, student meals, curriculum and graduation requirements.
Photo Gallery comprised of photos from 2012 - 2013 for DoDDS school in the system. Photos that are being highlighted are from SY 2013
DoDEA knows that all students can learn when instruction is geared to the students' strengths and when the students are given sufficient opportunity to learn.
As a fully accredited virtual learning program, the DoDEA Virtual High School (DVHS) offers flexibility for DoDEA secondary students to meet academic and career goals...