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    back in the Ansbach community It is a privilege and an honor to serve with our U S military personnel and our coalition forces she said We touched lives and made a difference It was one mind one mission all the way student success was number one There were no obstacles just a few challenges along the way Hickey who volunteered through the Civilian Expeditionary Workforce program was the site lead at the Immersion and English Training Center in Kabul and site lead at the Kandahar English Language Training Center in Kandahar Her duties included completing the construction set up and opening of the centers as well as training Afghan contract instructors in English language acquisition for the U S Air Force Defense Language Institute s American Language Course curriculum Their students were Afghan National Army and Afghan Air Force military personnel In their free time Hickey and the other instructors taught coalition forces beginner intermediate and advanced conversational English at the Kabul International Airport During her most recent deployment she was very proud of the high student achievement rate She said several students were selected by the Kandahar Air Wing and the 738th Air Expeditionary Wing for further training in the U S Being and Air Force brat and Army Strong she said her experiences have absolutely changed her There were many times I was at the Morale Welfare and Recreation tent and USO hearing military personnel asking their children to do their homework or be good for their teachers Hickey recalled They really tried to make a difference from Afghanistan but it is so stressful and my heart ached for their extra burden of meeting their children s teacher requests Another big change for her is how she teaches My teaching style has changed tremendously more hands on and interactive and really hearing what my students have to say and putting them in the driver s seat learning can be fun and engaging she explained It s amazing to see the light bulbs go off in their heads That s why I love Advancement Via Individual Determination I introduced AVID strategies in Kabul Kandahar and Shindand Best practices work She was recognized by both coalition and Afghan forces for her two deployments She received the Secretary of Defense Medal for the Global War on Terrorism the International Security Forces Assistance Non Article 5 NATO Medal the Army Outstanding Civilian Service Medal and letters of appreciation from the Afghan Air Force and the Afghanistan National Defense University Hickey who just completed her 10th year in the Department of Defense Education Activity said there aren t enough words to express how wonderful the support from her district superintendents and principal who was always there for her Ansbach Middle High School principal David Carlisle fully supported her because he had the confidence that she had the skills to assist our forces in opening the language school Lori s background in AVID her enthusiasm for learning and her ability to meet the

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    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 Welcome Students and Family to School Year 2014 2015 Message from Dr Marsh Fort Bragg DSO Fort Bragg NC August 22 2014 Dr Emily Marsh Fort Bragg Schools superintendent welcomes students families and community members to the 2014 2015 school year with a message and the Fort Bragg Schools video of the song Happy by Pharrell Williams Click here to see the Fort Bragg Welcome and Happy video Have a Happy school year 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

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    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 Angelia Hadley named assistant principal of The Sullivans Elementary School DoDEA Japan Tokyo Japan August 21 2014 Mrs Angelia Hadley Photo file photo The Japan District Superintendent s Office is pleased to announce the selection of Mrs Angelia Hadley as the new assistant principal of The Sullivans Elementary School on Yokosuka Naval Base Japan Mrs Angelia Hadley is beginning her seventh year with DoDEA where she has served as a fifth grade teacher and kindergarten teacher within the Japan District at Yokota West Elementary School Yokota Air Base and Zukeran Elementary School Camp Foster Outside the classroom she has been actively involved with Continuous School Improvement School Advisory Committee and PTO as well as many other learning committees within the schools Prior to working for DoDEA she taught at schools in Yuma Arizona and Havelock North Carolina Mrs Hadley grew up in an Army family and traveled abroad as her father was transferred eventually settling in Houston Texas where she graduated High School She went on to attend Blinn College in Brenham Texas where she earned her Associate of Arts degree then on to East Carolina University in Greenville North Carolina where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education She later completed her Master of Education degree in Administration at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix Arizona Mrs Hadley is a proud recently retired Marine Corps spouse and mother of two college students During her down time she enjoys spending time with family and traveling as well as reading and any activity that takes her outdoors Mrs Hadley is honored to be a part of the DoDEA family and

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    DoDEA Celebrates Headlines DoDEA Quick Headlines Back to Previous Page All News Items Superintendent Mr Gould s Welcome Back Message SY 14 15 August 21 2014 Message It is with sincere excitement and interest that I welcome you to the New York Virginia and Puerto Rico school district of the Department of Defense Education Activity DoDEA As we prepare for the opening of school year 2014 2015 we want to reach out to all our stakeholders to build on our already strong partnership in pursuit of the significant mission of educating our students for the future This mission is one that is most effectively accomplished by a team effort involving the school staff students and parents In advance of our collaborative effort I want to thank you for the involvement and commitment you bring to our team I want to share some ofthe focus areas for DoDEA school systems in the 2014 2015 school year You will hear a continuous emphasis on preparing students to be College and Career Ready This goal is DoDEA s umbrella under which we carry out the many tasks designed to position all DoDEA students to become College and Career Ready CCR You will also hear more about 21st Century Teaching Learning and Leading 21st CTLL The 2151 CTLL has a heavy emphasis on a learning environment infused with technology collaborative learning differentiated instruction and other enhancements which are aligned with our goal to develop College and Career Ready students Our schools are committed to continuous school improvement which also provides opportunities for our parents to be directly involved in our processes focused on increasing student achievement If you are interested in playing a role in this process please contact the school principal As a career educator with DoDEA I know I speak for all

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    year Fort Rucker s primary and elementary schools welcomed students back to school Tuesday to get a fresh start on a new year of learning and fun said Vicki Gilmer Fort Rucker Elementary School principal It is outstanding to have school back in session again said Gilmer You love that summer break and the first few weeks it s quiet and you get to clean up and get ready but then it gets kind of lonely When you get those kids back and you see them with their smiles on their backpacks on and their readiness to get back it s just an awesome feeling she said Joanna Marsh FRES student said she s eager to get back in the classroom and start learning again Summer was nice and it was fun having a lot of time off but I miss a lot of my friends and my teachers because they are really nice she said I m excited about school this year and seeing what I can learn Marsh s mother Brenda walked with Joanna to school and said the first day of school always comes with its jitters but it s something that she looks forward to all summer It s nice to have the children around for the summer and it s nice to get to spend that time with them but it s also nice to know that they re getting a good education and getting to be in a more social setting when school starts she said It s tough seeing my little girl grow up and it s happening so fast but there s no place else I d want her to go to school I love the teachers and I love her classmates A lot of preparation goes in to planning for a new school year starting from the day the last class leaves at the beginning of summer After that very last day we start breaking down the classrooms cleaning them out and making sure they re dusted floors are waxed and everything is shined and cleaned from top to bottom said the principal Then we start reordering supplies looking at curriculums and seeing if there s anything out there that s better to help the children learn in a fun safe environment That aspect of safety is important to the schools as well and Deborah Deas Fort Rucker Primary School principal said that more than 99 percent of parents who responded to a recent survey said they felt their children were safe and secure while receiving an excellent education It is so important that parents observe and understand our students are safe while learning said Sylvia Thornton FRPS music teacher We are partners with our parents as we educate the total child Before hitting the classrooms students and parents were invited to join in the schools Sneak a Peek where they get a chance to meet the teachers and see their classrooms beforehand Our hallways were full of excitement as students

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    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 Jenny Reese named assistant principal of Matthew C Perry ES DoDEA Japan Tokyo Japan August 5 2014 Ms Jenny Reese Photo file photo The Japan District Superintendent s Office is pleased to announce the selection of Ms Jenny Reese as the new assistant principal of Matthew C Perry Elementary School in Iwakuni Japan Ms Reese earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Georgia Southwestern State University in 1998 with a major in middle grades education In 2005 she received her Master of Education degree with a major in reading education from Georgia Southwestern State University Ms Reese obtained her Education Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Liberty University in 2011 Ms Reese began her career in education as a teacher in Georgia s public schools where she taught at the elementary middle and high school levels While teaching in Georgia s public schools Ms Reese also served her schools in a variety of capacities to include SST chair and CSI committee chair In 2006 she accepted a position as an instructional coach at Macon County Elementary School Ms Reese joined DoDEA in August of 2010 She served as an Instructional System Specialist for Early Childhood Education in the Kentucky District Most recently Ms Reese has served DoDEA as an Instructional System Specialist for Early Childhood Education at the DoDEA Pacific Area Director s Office in Okinawa Ms Reese is the proud mother of a beautiful daughter who currently resides in Jacksonville North Carolina She

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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 Henry Barr named assistant principal of Yokota High School DoDEA Japan Tokyo August 4 2014 Mr Henry Barr Photo file photo The Japan District Superintendent s Office is pleased to announce the return of Mr Henry Barr as the assistant principal of Yokota High School at Yokota Air Base Japan A lifelong learner Mr Barr recently completed a one year educational leave in pursuit of a doctoral degree in education to more effectively support DoDEA s CSP Goal 1 Student Excellence Mr Barr previously served as Assistant Principal of Yokota High School from 2008 to 2013 Prior he served as Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Instructor at E J King High School in DoDDS Japan for six years Mr Barr came to DoDEA in 2002 as a classroom teacher and additionally served as a coach for soccer marksmanship and military drill He was a School Improvement Team member Athletic Director and After School Tutor Program Manager He is certified to teach Special Education AVID and Naval Science Mr Barr enjoys working with all school stakeholders and welcomes open dialogue and impromptu conversations with parents community members educators and especially students A retired U S Navy veteran Mr Barr has a special affinity for the military community and understands the challenges associated with military assignments and deployments Mr Barr holds a Bachelor of Science from Excelsior College a Master of Human Relations from University of Oklahoma and he

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    to track when and why students are late and print the admittance slip for the classroom teacher track when and why students leave early and print a slip for teachers provide badges that state the name of visitors and location in the building as well as total hours for volunteers and keep permanent information records and generate instant reports on student tardiness and early releases that affect attendance and student learning she said Even though this new program will monitor students comings and goings Deas said that parents are still required to bring and meet their children every day at the bus stop This is important so parents and children may get acquainted with the bus drivers and provide a safe secure environment for students as they begin something new she said She added that it is very important for the students to know the following safety measures while riding the bus remain seated while the bus is moving don t throw anything from windows listen to the adults on the bus and be a friend to fellow students For parents that drive their children to school Deas said that they should be dropped off and picked up at the back of the school Vicki Gilmer Fort Rucker elementary school principal also had safety tips for the older students Timing is huge for the elementary students Students need to arrive at campus no earlier than 7 25 a m unless they are eating breakfast Breakfast eaters may come on campus at 7 15 a m she said Arriving right on time is perfect said Gilmer and gives the students plenty of time to get to class before the 7 45 a m bell which is when instruction begins It is best not to have students hanging out across the street waiting as the area across from the school is not a supervised area and children tend to get into mischief she added Marcel Dumais chief of police agreed For some children the novelty of going to school is very exciting and being with all their friends may make them less inclined to follow rules he added I would ask parents to be familiar with the child supervision matrix Garrison Policy Letter 13 39 and if your child requires supervision please accompany them to school he said As always if you see something that isn t right report it This year FRES is revamping its morning broadcast and will be using a new format that helps promote The Leader in Me for all FRES students This new format will help all students to be not only academically successful but also positive and productive in many leadership traits said Gilmer Deas is looking forward to the 21st century opportunities that will continue to be offered at FRPS New schools that are being built now are utilizing the pod or neighborhood concept within the school for increased learning opportunities This is the model that we offer all students she said We also offer

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