DoDEA takes pride in great schools and through American Education Week, we celebrate DoDEA’s education tradition.
Veterans Day is an official federal holiday that honors people who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, also known as veterans.
We pause to reflect on the profound ways that Native Americans have shaped our country's character and culture.
This year's theme, "Love Yourself Be Drug Free."
Every October, we observe National Disability Employment Awareness Month to recognize about disability employment issues and celebrates the many contributions of America’s workers with disabilities.
“Hispanics: A legacy of history, a present of action and a future of success.”
In DoDEA, schools are asked to use the week of September 15-19, 2014, to implement instruction (grades PK-12) that highlights the Constitution and citizenship.
DoDEA schools will honor the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks on America through a voluntarily observed national day of service, charity and compassion.
Public Service Recognition Week is May 4-10, Honoring Our Public Servants, Connecting Citizens with Their Government.
This day, set aside to honor the contribution of school nurses in schools all over the world, falls in the middle of Teacher Appreciation Week.
DoDEA joins the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and schools around the country in celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week, May 5-9.
DoDEA joins the whole Nation in celebrating National Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month during the month of May. This year's theme is "I Am Beyond."
Safe playgrounds are no accident! National Playground Safety Week is April 21-25, 2014!
DoDEA joins the Department of Defense and the military community in celebrating April as the Month of the Military Child.
The 2014 theme, Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment, honors the extraordinary and often unrecognized determination and tenacity of women.
Read Across DoDEA Day is celebrated every year on March 3rd to commemorate the birthday of Theodore Seuss Geisel... You are encouraged to make this a year-long pep rally for reading and read, read, and read some more!
February is the month we celebrate African American/Black History Month to recognize the many men and women who fought so hard and sacrificed so much, including giving their freedom and, for some, their lives to make this nation a better place for all to live.
The Department of Defense (DoD) joins the nation in celebrating of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, on Monday, January 20, 2014.