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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 Reading is Fundamental 2014 Volunteer of the Year Award Reading is Fundamental February 6 2014 Mary Ellen Cravotta an Information Specialist at Irwin Intermediate School has been chosen as a recipient of the prestigious 2014 Anne Hazard Richardson Volunteer of the Year Award Her efforts as an advocate for literacy and active volunteer for Reading is Fundamental have increased students love of reading and placed many books in the hands of students Her passion for literacy is woven throughout her interactions with students and their families at Fort Bragg Back to Previous Page All News Items DoDEA DoD Global Footer Menus DoDEA Virtual School DoDEA School

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    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 Shughart Middle School Student Earns Silver Key Award Scholastic Art Writing Awards February 6 2014 Michaela Baus an 8th grade student at Shughart Middle School has earned the Silver Key Award for the 2014 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards This competition is open to all students in grades 7 12 and Michaela s short story is an excellent example of how the Alliance for Young Artists Writers identifies teenagers with exceptional artistic and literary talent and brings their remarkable work to a national audience through the Scholasti Art Writing Awards Congratulations Michaela on your outstanding accomplishment Back to Previous Page All News Items DoDEA DoD Global Footer Menus DoDEA Virtual

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    classroom as the bell rings andprepare to take on the day but one teacher has prepared her entire life to dowhat she loves most teach Lisa Halpin is a third grade teacher at Fort RuckerElementary School and although she s been teaching for 13 years her story asan educator didn t start until later in life Her day starts at 5 a m even though her class doesn tbegin until 7 30 She said she likes to use the extra time to get ready forwhat s ahead I get up at 5 a m because I like to have that time in themorning to rev up and settle myself said Halpin I usually watch the news have two or three cups of coffee and do some household things to get them outof the way and center myself for the day The morning is her favorite part of the day because she saidit s when the children in her class are fresh and excited to learn They re just so enthusiastic in the morning said theteacher They sort of wear down as the day goes on In the morning all thepotential is still out there and I just feel like I can take it on On a normal day Halpin arrives at the school a littlebefore 7 a m to prepare her classroom and once the children arrive learningstarts immediately with analogies and morning warm ups on the SmartBoard This is when the children are the most involved and aregenuinely the most excited about learning she said They participate inmorning math problems help each other solve equations and most importantly learn to stand on their own That last part is something Halpin said is one of her mostimportant lessons Each teacher in the school posts a quote above the entranceto their classrooms that they feel is inspirational and fundamental to theirteachings and the quote that hangs above Halpin s door reads Dream big anddare to fail Fail seems like such a harsh word but I think of it as apositive word and I want these kids to think of it that way too she said If you don t fail then you haven t tried If you don t try then you re nevergoing to succeed To Halpin failure is a type of success and is anopportunity for the students to learn something She said she wants to changethe perception that failure is a bad thing and she wants the children tocelebrate failure because to her failure is growth Although academics are important it s life lessons that shehopes she can get across to the children along with their everyday studies anda large part of that is having the students stand on their own to have theopportunity to fail In the morning the children work on their math warm ups and I tell them that during that first 10 15 minutes it s desert island time said the teacher I tell them You are by yourself and you ve got to

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    discussion for parents and Marines about the Individual Education Program IEP during the EFMP Quarterly Forum aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Thursday Parents and educators gathered at the Paradise Point Officer s Club to talk about the different special education efforts and individualized education plans available in Camp Lejeune schools Through the partnership between EFMP and IEP schools are able to ease the minds of parents and present services for children with disabilities I like the collaboration between children with special needs and students who try to build a community to provide education for everyone said Mark Sanford instructor systems specialist for Camp Lejeune schools The EFMP is a mandatory process for all active duty dependents who are in need of special medical care or enrollment in an IEP education plan To be enrolled in the EFMP an individual must have a diagnosed physical intellectual or emotional need that requires special medical or educational services Through the program case workers are available to assist families by guiding members through enrollment connecting them to services advocating for them as well as providing support through permanent change of station Over the past year the EFMP has helped many families across Camp Lejeune according to Tracy Sosa program manager for the EFMP Enrollment in the program raised up 9 percent with 1 800 individuals who received services and 450 families enrolled The EFMP also provided support to 650 PCS families over the course of the year We are going to ensure families get what they need said Sosa We will provide a case manager and help find resources and doctors The program is out there for families to use and better their lives A child diagnosed with a special need can be recommended for the IEP to create an individual education plan for that child A referral can come from classrooms teachers school administrators student support teams outside agencies parents or from a review of records Once a referral has been placed and with the consent of the parents the case study committee evaluates and assesses the child suspected of disability Eligibility is evaluated based on the data received during the assessment process Once a child has been deemed in need of assistance the team places the child in one of five eligibility categories physical impairments emotional impairments communication impairments learning impairments and developmental delay While schools outside Camp Lejeune can provide IEP for multiple disability categories the DoDEA s policy does not qualify a child under multiple categories The case study group places the child under the category that has the most impact on their performance and services are provided for that need creating an individual education program My son is a high functioning autistic said Harriet Williams military spouse I didn t understand how to help him with some of the difficulties he was experiencing I was really nervous for my first IEP meeting but everyone at Johnson Primary School genuinely cared about my son They are always encouraging him

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    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 Fort Knox FKHS swimming reboots diving program for 2014 by Gavin LaPaille Gold Standard Sports Editor The Gold Standard Fort Knox KY January 31 2014 There s a group of Fort Knox High School students who may be looking a little black and blue lately Four brave Eagles have joined the restart of a diving program at the high school the first on Fort Knox in over 20 years None of the four had any diving experience prior to the start up of the team last month leading to some unfortunate landings with bellies backs and legs smacking the water Lots of bruises and welts diving coach Col Brynt Parmeter said You have to be a little crazy to do this The divers juniors Derrick Gulick and Kayla Rosko and sophomores Jordan Almeida and Gezra Idnay are officially part of the Fort Knox swim program with the goal of competing at the region meet in February Parmeter a former diver in college at West Point is teaching the basics right now including keeping their balance on the board and performing somersaults Gulick said the sport is harder than it looks Read the entire article online Back to Previous Page All News Items DoDEA DoD Global Footer Menus DoDEA Virtual

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    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 Fort Knox swim team finishes second in Rock the Blocks Invitational The Gold Standard Fort Knox KY January 31 2014 Photo THE FORT KNOX GIRL S SWIM TEAM HOIST ITS SECOND PLACE TROPHY from the Rock the Blocks Invitational at the Ralph Wright Natatorium Saturday The Eagles scored 223 points and were led by Miriam Smith who had wins in the 50 free and 100 IM and her sister Monica Smith who won the 50 fly The boys also competed in the invitational and with just four swimmers placed in 11th with 58 points led by a pair of top five finishes from Will Parmeter The teams will swim at Gammon Fitness Center Saturday for the Last Chance Invite and also Jan 31 for Senior Night The Region Three Meet is currently scheduled for Feb 7 at the Ralph Wright Natatorium 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

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    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 DoDEA Receives Combined Federal Campaign Award DoDEA Arlingotn VA January 31 2014 DoDEA Acting Director Mr Adrian B Talley and Ms Colleen Kesselring DoDEA s Staff Dietician pose with the Combined Federal Campaign Award that was presented to DoDEA in a January 30 ceremony at the Pentagon Photo DoDEA Communications Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense Christine Fox and Mr Michael Rhodes OSD Director of Administration and Management presented the award for the Most Outstanding Campaign Manager Small Agency to Ms Kesselring DoDEA Headquarters also received a merit award at the ceremony for raising its participation rate 2 or more DoDEA Headquarters raised participation 7 DoDEA Headquarters also received the following additional recognition 1st place recognition for small agency best electronic communication for its Mike s Mom video written and acted by Mike Ryan who works in DoDEA Headquarters Logistics Division 1st place for small agency best written publication for large CFC banners charity spotlight posters and updates and key worker tool kits 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

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    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 Sullivans Students Lend Helping Hands for Relief Fund Students teachers and parents at the Sullivans raised over 1 300 dollars with a Helping Hands for Haiyan Sullivans ES Yokosuka Naval Base Japan Yokosuka Japan January 29 2014 Sullivans students present check to American Red Cross Photo Sullivans ES Akin to their namesake the Sullivans brothers who stuck together no matter what crisis befell them Sullivans students know when to pull together to support their own Upon hearing the Philippine Islands had been ravaged by Typhoon Haiyan in November and many students and staff members were grieving for family members a Helping Hands for Haiyan fundraiser was instituted The Sullivans Parent Teacher Organization PTO offered to sell hands printed in the colors of the Philippine flag Students wrote messages on the hands which were arranged to make a large replica of the Philippine flag in the school lobby The family of a Sullivans fifth grader was touched significantly by the tragedy They are still coping with the loss of six family members including two children killed by the typhoon Several more family members are still missing The Sullivans PTO was proud to present a donation check to the Red Cross Thursday January 23 2014 The Senior Station Manager for the American Red Cross accepted the donation In turn she presented the PTO and school with a plaque of recognition noting the donation would assist the millions of people impacted by the typhoon The students and staff raised 1 337 for the Philippines One fourth grade student summed up a heartfelt message on her Helping Hand

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