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    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 Longtime FCHS coach Marshall Patterson dies The Eagle Post Fort Campbell KY January 24 2014 The world lost a great coach and educator Sunday evening when Marshall Patterson died at the age of 79 Patterson was the first football coach at Fort Campbell High School and piloted the program for 32 seasons from 1962 to 1993 He ended his Fort Campbell career with a record of 227 120 a win total that remains 24th all time in Kentucky according to former Patterson player and longtime FCHS statistician Donny Caver Patterson s playoff record was 20 12 and he guided the Falcons to the Class A state championship in 1976 and the Class AA state championship in 1978 and 1979 The Falcons lost in the finals in 1980 Sam Green is one of Patterson s former players and reflected on the first time he met the legendary coach as an eighth grader in 1960 when Patterson was the head football coach at Fort Campbell Junior High School Read the Entire Article online Read a related Article about Coach Patterson Back to Previous Page All News Items DoDEA DoD Global Footer Menus DoDEA Virtual School DoDEA School Calendars Non DoD Schools Contact DoDEA

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    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 MEMS Athletics Program Brings Pride to Students by Rebecca Burylo 42nd Air Base Wing Public Affairs Maxwell AFB Montgomery AL January 24 2014 Seventh and eighth grade students at Maxwell Elementary Middle School have something to call their own after the introduction of the school s first ever competitive athletics program Last year the graduating class was asked what was missing from their school They voiced the need for athletics and MEMS administration listened Now the new boys basketball team and girls cheerleading squad have given youth pride in their school this academic year according to Ryan Smith MEMS athletic director Read more Back to Previous Page All News Items DoDEA DoD Global

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    quietly took their seats at the school s final spelling bee Kathleen O Neil spelling bee pronouncer and middle high school teacher began grilling the students with words But judges Mary Ritzman Christine Willis and Mike Monteleone along with Spelling Bee Coordinator and elementary teacher Sara Maka announced that the first round was practice That spelled relief The next round proceeded with a bit more ease as the students made their way to the microphone They stood confidently asking for repeats definitions word usage all permissible in accordance with the Scripps National Spelling Bee rule book Students appeared empowered spelling their way through tough words At the end of the round one student left the group During Rounds 2 5 students took turns at the microphone Spelling words became progressively more difficult with each round Two students fell out of competition The pressure mounted The group of students dwindled to the final five Students took a break at the end of Round 5 The pressure lightened for a few moments as the students conversed with their family members classmates and teachers Once Ms O Neil asked the students to return to the stage all seriousness of the competition resumed Round 6 began with fourth grader Logan Voss fifth graders MacKenzie Deekens and Alexis Shumate and sixth graders Jayla Cummings and Megan Short Each student correctly spelled the words advancing them to round seven Words took on more challenging spellings and definitions like grouse and divvy knocking two of the five students out of the running Tension was high in anticipation of who would become victorious in this last local Spelling Bee Round 8 began with fifth grader Alexis Shumate and both sixth graders Jayla Cummings and Megan Short The first word from Ms O Neil s list was recoup Megan got it Next Alexis was asked to spell abstruse an adjective meaning difficult to understand Although she gave the spelling of the word a valiant effort she came up just short Jayla was then asked to spell prognosticate She took her time and spelled it correctly Then there were two Megan Short and Jayla Cummings Both sixth graders took deep breaths and one by one they were asked to approach the microphone to spell their next set of words Round 9 started with the word bloviate a verb meaning to talk at length in a pompous or boastful manner Megan took her time wrote the spelling of the word on the white board and then announced her spelling Oh no She misspelled the word Jayla was then asked to spell pariah It all came down to this moment She took her time like a focused basketball player at the free throw line She spelled the word on the white board recited it to the judges and Correct However in order for Jayla to win the Spelling Bee she would have to spell one last word correctly She took her seat and waited until she was called Once ready she walked

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    champion Kubasaki of Okinawa won t be in attendance in fact no teams outside of Japan will appear for the first time since 1999 And junior varsity wrestlers will beef up the field to 121 this year organizers said There will be a different feel to it said host coach and co tournament director Gary Wilson The Japan only field features three returning Far East Tournament champions all from international schools Regular participant Shonan Military Academy a Japanese school has annually provided strong competition for its American counterparts organizers said The increase in JV wrestlers will likely mean many a quick end against their experienced counterparts and with the absence of Kubasaki and Kadena far fewer competitive bouts in the early rounds Wilson said It will be hard to find some of those bigger matchups he said There will be a lot of one sided bouts The JV will end up with more bouts this year which will help for the future if they decide to open it up next year and let outside teams in again While some weights such as 108 and 168 will have only four wrestlers unlike some Beasts we have full 16 man brackets Wilson said Some will get a lot of work Others won t We ll make the best of it Also not in attendance at Kinnick will be E J King the Cobras wrestlers will accompany the boys and girls basketball teams for weekend bouts at Daegu against various Korean American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division schools E J King s location nearly 700 miles southwest of Tokyo puts it in a unique situation one that King s athletics director Charles Strobino and Daegu s counterpart Ken Walter have tried to alleviate by striking up a continuing competitive relationship It costs about

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    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 New assistant principal at Byrd ES Please join us in welcoming Dr Tammy Reginelli as the new Assistant Principal of Richard E Byrd Elementary School DoDEA Japan Press Release January 7 2014 Dr Tammy Reginelli Byrd ES Assistant Principal Photo File Photo Dr Reginelli obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Dental Hygiene from the Medical College of Georgia in 1995 She received a Master of Public Administration degree in 1998 from Augusta State University In 2003 she received graduate level certification in both special education and educational leadership from the University of Georgia Dr Reginelli received her doctoral degree in Organizational Leadership with a concentration in conflict resolution from Nova Southeastern University Dr Reginelli s career began as a special education teacher for Cobb County Public Schools located in Georgia In 2005 she became the special education department chair at East Paulding High School in Paulding County Georgia In 2007 Dr Reginelli accepted the position of Secondary Coordinator for Exceptional Students at the district office in Bartow County Georgia She joined DODEA in September of 2011 She served students as a special education teacher at Kinnick High School and Yokosuka Middle School In 2012 she also served as the special education department chair at Kinnick High School She accepted the position as CSI chair for Kinnick in 2012 in addition to serving as the Junior Varsity cheer coach for the last three years Dr Reginelli is the proud mother of three beautiful children who currently reside

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    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 New principal at Arnn ES Please join us in welcoming Mrs Gwendolyn Baxter Oakley as the new principal at John O Arnn Elementary School DoDEA Japan Press Releasae January 7 2014 Mrs Gwendolyn Baxter Oakley Arnn ES Principal Photo File Photo Ms Baxter Oakley has served as the Principal of Richard E Byrd Elementary School for the past three and a half years Prior to her appointment as principal Ms Baxter Oakley served as an assistant principal at Lanham Elementary School on Atsugi Naval Air Facility Japan and Vogelweh Elementary School in Vogelweh Germany She has over twenty three years of experience in the field of education Mrs Baxter Oakley holds a Bachelor s Degree in Education from Howard University in Washington DC a Master s Degree in Education from South Carolina State University Leadership Certification in Educational Administration from the State University of West Georgia and further post graduate studies toward a doctoral degree from North Central University in the area of K 12 Educational Leadership She will resume her doctoral studies this year with a focus on Curriculum and Instruction Mrs Baxter Oakley has thoroughly enjoyed her time as leader of the mighty Penguins at Byrd Elementary School However she is poised to take on the role as the new Principal at Arnn Elementary School and looks forward to a wonderful transition Ms Baxter Oakley her husband and their son and daughter are enthused about becoming a part of the Sagamihara

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    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 New principal at Yokosuka Middle School Please join us in welcoming Ms Nakeam Binyard as the new Principal of Yokosuka Middle School DoDEA Japan Press Release Yokosuka Japan January 6 2014 Ms Nakeam Binyard Yokosuka Middle School Principal Photo File photo The Japan District Superintendent s Office is pleased to announce the selection of Ms Nakeam Binyard as the new Principal of Yokosuka Middle School in Yokosuka Japan Eighteen years ago Ms Binyard began her educational career as a Pre Service Intern at Stephen Decatur School in Sigonilla Italy Following her internship Ms Binyard returned stateside to pursue her teaching career in South Carolina later relocating to Georgia Ms Binyard s educational experience includes the following positions a middle school English teacher middle high special education teacher special education chairperson middle high guidance counselor assistant principal principal and a District Student Services Coordinator Ms Binyard earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education from Paine College and holds two master degrees one in School Guidance Counseling from South Carolina State University and one in Special Education from Armstrong Atlantic State University Ms Binyard received an Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership and currently she is pursuing her doctorate in Educational Leadership from South Carolina State University Ms Binyard s dissertation is focused on teacher s efficacy in middle schools as it is aligned with the educator s belief and actions that directs students achievement Ms Binyard is excited about becoming Yokosuka Middle School s new principal Ms Binyard is committed to collaborating with and supporting every area of the school and community She says that her primary focus initially will be on developing

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    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 Students Show Sharing is Caring Fort Rucker Primary School Food Drice WTVY Channel 4 Fort Rucker AL December 19 2013 Fort Rucker Pre K through first graders at Fort Rucker Primary School showed they take sharing seriously during a school wide assembly on Wednesday afternoon They raised food donations for the Christian Mission in Enterprise the Fort Rucker Food Locker the Daleville Food Bank and the Dale County Rescue Mission Together they brought in 1 040 food items Community members told them they could not be prouder Thank you all for making the effort to show that you care and collecting all of these cans that are going to go to people who need it said 1st Aviation Brigade Colonel Shawn Pricket They began raising the

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