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    Eligibility Enrollment Student Support Services Special Education Parents Students Employees Teachers Teacher of the Year School Liaison Officers Calendars Human Resources Equal Opportunity Supporting Offices Procurement Business Opportunities Non DoD Schools Contact Us Facebook Twitter Pinterest Flickr You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director Becoming a Teacher Current Vacancies DoDEA Curriculum Newsroom Press Releases Multimedia Media Advisories Publications Downloads DoDEA Celebrates Headlines DoDEA Quick Headlines Back to Previous Page All News Items Cumberland County Special High School Recruitment Event Cumberland County School Cumberland County Schools January 15 2015 Cumberland County Schools Special High School Recruitment Event Cumberland International Early College High School Cross Creek Early College High School and Howard Health Life Science High School are sponsoring a special student recruitment event on Thursday January 29 from 6 30 8 00 p m in the Seabrook Auditorium on the campus of Fayetteville State University The schools hope to make prospective students and their parents more aware of the numerous educational opportunities each school has to offer Students who attend these schools graduate with a high school diploma and up to 60 college credit hours For additional information about the recruitment event call 910 672 2844 910 672 1499 or

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    Teacher of the Year School Liaison Officers Calendars Human Resources Equal Opportunity Supporting Offices Procurement Business Opportunities Non DoD Schools Contact Us Facebook Twitter Pinterest Flickr You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director Becoming a Teacher Current Vacancies DoDEA Curriculum Newsroom Press Releases Multimedia Media Advisories Publications Downloads DoDEA Celebrates Headlines DoDEA Quick Headlines Back to Previous Page All News Items Scholarships offered to Fort Campbell seniors The Leaf Chronicle Fort Campbell KY January 14 2015 Fort Campbell KY A special scholarship opportunity is now available to sons and daughters of Service Members who live in a Lend Lease privatized military community like Campbell Crossing and attend the installation s DoDEA high school Sponsored by Lend Lease US Community Fund BlueStar Scholarships will award scholarships up to 5 000 to eligible high school seniors The BlueStar Scholarships program is now open and accepting applications through April 1 2015 BlueStar Scholarships was created to recognize the service of the military personnel living in our homes and communities and to honor the many sacrifices of their children said Phillip Carpenter Lend Lease US Community Fund President We hope this scholarship will enable more students to pursue higher education and develop into valued leaders in their fields of study as well as give back to the communities in which they live Now in its third year BlueStar Scholarships has provided more than 170 000 in scholarships since its inception Program materials including the application form and eligibility requirements are available on the Campbell Crossing website at http www campbellcrossingllc com Current Residents Announcments 2015 BlueStar Scholarship Students can also see their high school guidance counselor to obtain information Don t delay applications are due April 1 2015 Should you have any questions about the Lend Lease US Community Fund BlueStar Scholarships program

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    lots of heads nodding and pencils moving After Hailey shared U S Agency for International Development treatment unit design plans with the students the USACE Forward Engineer Support Team conducted a video teleconference from Liberia Despite the 4 477 mile distance and poor audio connection students concentrated on the challenges forward engineers face while operating in West Africa and posed complex questions on waste disposal avoiding contamination and ensuring safe water supply to ETUs FEST members shared photographs of site preparation raw material acquisition and completed ETUs to further demonstrate their real world experiences in Liberia Having students online talking to folks downrange that was great Hailey said Normally these things wouldn t happen live it was a great opportunity for the students Darnell Forbes a ninth grade student from AFNORTH High School in Brunssum the Netherlands said the presentations enabled him to connect new ideas As an aspiring marine biologist Forbes didn t think he was interested in civil engineering water towers or structural strength and stability I didn t know you guys existed and I didn t know you built ETUs or made our schools either he said It makes me see the significance of a building When I go outside and see a parking lot I think Oh it keeps cars But now I see how much goes into building something it s a paradigm shift for me After visiting Europe District headquarters students traveled to Clay Kaserne to tour an active construction site explore design and building software learn about the history and uses of concrete and then mix a batch Engineers from USACE s Wiesbaden Resident Office and members of the Consolidated Intelligence Center project team were on hand to speak with the STEMposium students Presenter Katie Archer a district civil engineer discussed how concrete the most widely used construction material in the world is often misunderstood A lot of students were surprised to know how versatile concrete can be she said A lot of them thought of roads and buildings when we talked about concrete they didn t realize it s something that can be aesthetically pleasing used in art and architectural elements The concrete presentation was informative and interesting said Ayomi Obuseh a Ramstein High School ninth grader I didn t know the difference between concrete and cement she said I thought they were the same While visiting the construction project office students also learned about software used to design building models and bring them to life in 3 D said Jason Redeen the district s CIC project office engineer Half the kids were really interested in what technology is out there Revit and Building Information Modeling software while others were really interested in the field the actual construction site he said Obuseh and Forbes favored the technological side of construction management Once the engineers did a fly through of the building in 3 D Forbes quickly recognized the difference between the BIM and Revit programs one creates a singular model and the

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    learning lots of hands on and lots of fun she said Just coming back the kids are always excited When they come back from winter break they come back with lots of enthusiasm and they know what s coming next so you don t really have to fire them up because they re already excited and ready to go Children of the primary school were met with the same enthusiasm as they embark on the second half of the school year said Silvia Thornton FRPS music teacher We had some sleepyheads coming back and some of them have traveled pretty far over the break but there hasn t been too much hesitation for the children coming back she said A lot of them are eager to get back and they were so excited when they got off the busses this morning I think they were ready to come back The children are going to need that enthusiasm because both schools have years full of events and learning experiences planned Fort Rucker Primary School will celebrate its 100th day of school Jan 23 On tap for the celebration is a pet food and supply drive where children donate food and supplies for animal shelters in the surrounding communities It s all about giving back to the community and it s another way that the children can learn about helping They really love helping the animals said Thornton Also the children of the FRPS chorus will perform at the African American History Celebration kickoff at the post exchange Jan 30 at noon Parents are welcomed to get involved with STEM Science Technology Engineering Math Night Feb 12 from 5 6 p m The night will be a Fairy Tale Study where parents will go to their children s pods and work with them on a project using lessons they ve learned from STEM and make something and figure out what to do to build their project Feb 20 in a partnership with Corvias Military Housing the school will host a Deployment Tea at 11 a m at Allen Heights Community Center which is an event dedicated to families of deployed Soldiers We invite the families of the deployed Soldiers to come out for tea and sandwiches to honor them for the sacrifices they make as a family said Thornton It s another way for us to honor them and show that we re thinking about them March 2 5 will be Dr Seuss week at the primary school and during that week Col Stuart J McRae Fort Rucker garrison commander will be at the school to read to children Fort Rucker Elementary School is also getting the new year off to a good start with some fun learning We re really excited about this year and we re continuing with our great traditions but something new for us is we started our robotics team last year said Gilmer The FRES Robo Panthers will be competing this year in the state s First

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    battles of World War II and shared a few stories of some of the 5076 service members who lost their lives in the Ardennes Offensive Sadly I had never heard these astonishing tales about these men s sacrifices The stories about only three men defending a small barn from a monstrous German Army express the true American spirit No matter how far we drift from a by the book attitude that is constant we can still do incredible ground breaking things when defending our friends loved ones and our country CDT SSG Juliana Saunders They gave their lives for our freedom They laid down their lives for us we need to wrap our minds around the magnitude of their sacrifice CDT SGT Jonathan Miller On December 13th the cadets participated in the annual battlefield perimeter walk viewed the parade in Bastogne honoring the WWII Veterans who had returned to Belgium for the 70th Anniversary and visited the 101st Airborne Museum It helped me begin to understand what the daily life of a soldier at war was like and how it probably still is today CDT SGT Stephanie Goulding While touring the 101st Airborne Museum cadets experienced what the bombing would sound like in a basement the walls creaked and the lights rumbled The simulation brought awareness of the events many had to endure during this destructive time In the stimulation you can physically feel the horrifying sounds and the vibrating cries due to the artillery and bombs Being in the room I can emotionally feel being alarmed and horrified CDT SGM Shaneeka Boyles Later that evening the cadets observed the Sound and Light Show at the Mardasson Memorial The memorial celebrates the lasting friendship between the American and Belgian people The show honored four WWII soldiers from Texas who attended Texas A M University Before departure on December 14th the cadets visited Bastogne Barracks the site of the Belgium Army Vehicle Restoration Center and the Royal Military Museum Bastogne Barracks showcases working WWII vehicles and the galleries illustrate the city s defense during the Battle of the Bulge In addition it is a wax museum with figures of General McAuliffe commander during the defense of Bastogne and his staff and a portrayal of their Christmas dinner 1944 They toured McAuliffe s Nuts Basement which was the headquarters of the 101st Airborne during the battle The cadets also visited the Bastogne War Museum and viewed a reenactment near Foy Belgium Upon returning to Ansbach cadets reflected on visiting the site of the costliest battle in the history of the U S Army First this battle gave way to a great and long lasting friendship and alliance between Belgium and the U S It is important to know the deeds of the American soldiers because they were ready to give their live to protect their country and their country s allies CDT SGT Carson Duplessie Although it s saddening you can as a leader understand a little part of the struggles the

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    in pursuing careers in public service I am truly honored to be able to represent DoDEA in this program Harwood said Having the opportunity to showcase the school system I have grown up in is important to me Harwood has served as class president for 9th and 11th grade and is currently and is currently the Patch H S student body president He was selected for this honor from among hundreds of applicants to attend the 53rd Annual Washington Week program He will also receive a 5000 undergraduate college scholarship to the college or university of his choice with encouragement to continue coursework in government and history During Washington Week the student delegates meet and learn from the highest level elected and appointed officials in Washington The delegates attend briefings and meetings with Senators the President a Justice of the Supreme Court cabinet members federal agency leaders and senior members of the national media I m looking forward to meeting with Senators from around the country Harwood added I am excited to be able to sit in on discussions of a caliber that will be extremely beneficial to my learning experience His principal Danny Robinson thinks Harwood is the right choice I am impressed with Thomas because he is not a one dimensional person Robinson said His outgoing personality immediately allows strangers to relax around him and become instantly comfortable Recognizing the needs of others is what we do best at Patch H S and Thomas is one of our best ambassadors when meeting this challenge he continued Thomas enthusiasm for learning is contagious and no student or teacher can deny that Thomas is the heart of PHS in developing a strong academic culture Keeping himself highly involved in school activities Harwood s activities include Model United Nations National Honor

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    News Room Districts Schools Policies Guidelines Contact Us Eligibility Enrollment Curriculum Parents Students Calendar School Liaison Officers Non DoD Schools Employment Equal Opportunity Business Opportunities Supporting Offices DoDEA HQ DoDEA HQ About DoDEA DoDEA Director News Room Virtual High School DoDEA Regulations Districts Schools Data Center Quick Headlines Curriculum DoDEA Accreditation Eligibility Enrollment Student Support Services Special Education Parents Students Employees Teachers Teacher of the Year School Liaison Officers Calendars Human Resources Equal Opportunity Supporting Offices Procurement Business Opportunities Non DoD Schools Contact Us Facebook Twitter Pinterest Flickr You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director Becoming a Teacher Current Vacancies DoDEA Curriculum Newsroom Press Releases Multimedia Media Advisories Publications Downloads DoDEA Celebrates Headlines DoDEA Quick Headlines Back to Previous Page All News Items SYNCHED Newsletter January 7 2015 The Virtual High School is happy to share another edition of our newsletter SYNCHED To access this edition of SYNCHED please click here Back to Previous Page All News Items DoDEA DoD Global Footer Menus DoDEA Virtual School DoDEA School Calendars Non DoD Schools Contact DoDEA Interested in Becoming a Teacher Contract Opportunities Education Facility Specifications Military OneSource USAJobs Department of Defense USA gov Parent Resources Community Strategic Plan Whistleblower s

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    HQ About DoDEA DoDEA Director News Room Virtual High School DoDEA Regulations Districts Schools Data Center Quick Headlines Curriculum DoDEA Accreditation Eligibility Enrollment Student Support Services Special Education Parents Students Employees Teachers Teacher of the Year School Liaison Officers Calendars Human Resources Equal Opportunity Supporting Offices Procurement Business Opportunities Non DoD Schools Contact Us Facebook Twitter Pinterest Flickr You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director Becoming a Teacher Current Vacancies DoDEA Curriculum Newsroom Press Releases Multimedia Media Advisories Publications Downloads DoDEA Celebrates Headlines DoDEA Quick Headlines Back to Previous Page All News Items Schwartz steps down as Devilpups football coach by Chris Miller JDNews com Camp Lejeune NC January 6 2015 After 38 years as a coach Darryl Schwartz said it was time for him to focus on himself and his family That s why the 59 year old Schwartz said Monday he has stepped down as head football coach at Lejeune High School after five years of leading the Devilpups He will remain a physical education teacher at the school until he s up for retirement in two years Read more Back to Previous Page All News Items DoDEA DoD Global Footer Menus DoDEA Virtual School DoDEA School

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