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  • Enrollment and Eligibility News
    Flickr You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director Becoming a Teacher Current Vacancies DoDEA Curriculum Europe Schools Enrollment Eligibility Enrollment Home Eligibility Tuition FAQs Documents Forms Immunizations EFM Screening Europe Schools Enrollment Eligibility Mailing Address DoDEA Europe Office of the Director Enrollment and Eligibility Unit 29649 APO AE 09136 Phone Local 0611 143 545 1508 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1508 DSN 314 545 1508 Fax Local 0611 143 545 1545 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1545 DSN 314 545 1545 Europe Schools Enrollment Early Childhood Entrance Age Change Releasing Student Information To Military Recruiters Releasing Student Information To Military Recruiters For Parents of each 11th and 12th Grade Parent and Student who has reached his her 18th birthday Based upon DoD Instruction 1304 24 Use of Directory Information on Secondary School Students for Military Recruiting Purposes and DoDEA Systems Notice 26 schools are required to provide armed forces recruiters access to 11th and 12th grade students information DoDEA officials must provide high school student names addresses and telephone listings unless a parent or student 18 years old or older requests that this information not be released Frequently asked questions and answers concerning release of student information What information is released Unless withdrawn every 11th and 12th grade students name address and telephone listing will be provided What is the form to request a name be withheld from release It is DoDEA Form 600R Where can I find the form It is available during registration for school or at the school as well here DoDEA Form 600R Where and when do I need to turn DoDEA Form 600R into Turn the form into the high school registrar or principal by 1 Oct of each year When will the names be released HQ DoDEA

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  • Curriculum and Programs
    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 Europe Schools Curriculum Programs EU Education Home Curriculum and Programs Student Support Services Contacts Europe Schools Education Mailing Address DoDEA Europe Office of the Director Education Division Unit 29649 Box 7000 APO AE 09002 Phone Local 0611 143 545 1531 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1531 DSN 314 545 1531 FAX Local 0611 143 545 1514 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1514 DSN 314 545 1514 To create a world class education system DoDEA has developed rigorous and demanding curriculum standards The curriculum standards specify what students should know and be able to do DoDEA curriculum standards are based on the content standards produced by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics the National Council of Teachers of English the International Reading Association the National Research Council s National Science Education Standards and the National Council for Teachers of Social Studies Curriculum Standards Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies Foreign Language Host Nation Music Career Technical Studies Visual Performing Arts Health Education Physical Education Curriculum Programs Advanced Placement Early Childhood Education ESL English Second Language Information Centers Libraries Gifted Education Special Education Virtual School DoDEA DoD Global Footer Menus DoDEA Virtual School DoDEA School Calendars Non DoD Schools Contact DoDEA Interested in Becoming a Teacher Contract Opportunities

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  • Student Support Services
    1514 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1514 DSN 314 545 1514 Student Support Services Links DoDEA Student Services The American School Counselor Assoc DoDEA professional school counselors facilitate and support academic career and personal social development of all students Further their goal is to enhance and contribute to students academic achievement and learning to ensure that all students are successful and prepared for the future School counselors provide culturally competent services to students parents guardians school staff and the community in the following areas School Guidance Curriculum This curriculum consists of structured lessons designed to help students achieve the desired competencies and to provide all students with the knowledge and skills appropriate for their developmental level The school guidance curriculum is delivered throughout the school s overall curriculum and is systematically presented by professional school counselors in collaboration with other professional educators in K 12 classroom and group activities Individual Student Planning Professional school counselors coordinate ongoing systemic activities designed to help students establish personal goals and develop future plans The activities of this component are intended to help all students plan monitor and manage their own learning and meet academic career and personal social competencies As part of this component school counselors help students make the transition from school to school school to work and school to postsecondary education Individual student planning is provided through strategies such as individual or small group advisement planning or appraisal Topics addressed may include the following developing four year plans career and academic advising academic and career decision making course selection test results interpretation interest inventories postsecondary institution selection and financial aid for postsecondary education Responsive Services The responsive services component consists of activities to meet students immediate needs and concerns The purpose of the activities of this component is

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  • Education Contacts
    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 Europe Schools Curriculum Programs EU Education Home Curriculum and Programs Student Support Services Contacts Europe Schools Education Mailing Address DoDEA Europe Office of the Director Education Division Unit 29649 Box 7000 APO AE 09002 Phone Local 0611 143 545 1531 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1531 DSN 314 545 1531 FAX Local 0611 143 545 1514 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1514 DSN 314 545 1514 Instructional Programs Student Activities DARE Co Currlicular Activities Assistive Technologies Athletics Program Health Physical Education AVID Fine Arts Programs Gifted Programs Information Centers JROTC Heidelberg Music Repair Program Special Education DoDEA DoD Global Footer Menus DoDEA Virtual School DoDEA School Calendars Non DoD Schools Contact DoDEA Interested

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  • Early Childhood Education-old
    Twitter Pinterest Flickr You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director Becoming a Teacher Current Vacancies DoDEA Curriculum Curriculum Home Introduction Preschool Program Kindergarten Program Primary Grades Grades 1 3 Resources Curriculum Programs Advanced Placement Career and Technical Education Early Childhood Education English as a Second Language ESL English Language Arts ELA Fine Arts Gifted Education Health Education Host Nation Studies Information Centers Mathematics Physical Education Science Social Studies Special Education World Language Early Childhood Education old The DoDEA Early Childhood philosophy encompasses preschool through grade three We believe that early childhood programs involve a community of learners with a commitment to the education of young children The guiding principles that underscore DoDEA s commitment to all young children are Young children learn and construct knowledge as a result of meaningful and purposeful experiences Optimal development in young children takes place in an environment where collaboration with others discussing analyzing and developing personal meaning through application of what is being learned is encouraged and facilitated Young children reach different levels of learning and development at different times Learning in the early childhood years develops on a continuum Learning is both individual and social and takes place within a social cultural context Play is an integral part of quality programs serving young children Skills and concepts are developed and enhanced through child initiated and teacher initiated activities Programs for young children must provide opportunities for individual activities and flexible groupings Young children should be involved with the teacher in planning implementing and evaluating their learning experiences The dignity of young children and their personal circumstances and diversity must be respected and affirmed Families of young children are essential partners in the educational process Children are best served in a safe nurturing and inclusive environment Developmentally appropriate assessment of young children s

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  • Gifted Education - Identification
    1993 definition states that Gifted learners are children and youth with outstanding talent who perform or show the potential for performing at remarkably high levels of accomplishment when compared with others of their age experience or environment It also notes that giftedness is present in children and youth from all cultural groups across all economic strata and in all areas of human endeavor Characteristics of gifted youngsters most often found in research studies include Rapid learning ability Extensive stores of information Long attention span Strong problem solving abilities Perfectionism Wide range of interests Sensitivity High degree of energy Early reader Preference for older companions avid reader Well developed sense of humor Perseverance Ease with puzzles and mazes Vivid imagination Maturity in judgment Frasier 1991 Rogers 1986 Silverman Rogers and Water 1982 Silverman Chitwood and Waters 1986 How do we identify students who need gifted services The formal identification process in DoDEA schools consists of three steps Referral Students are referred for consideration by the Gifted Review Committee either through screening an individual nomination by a parent teacher or other professional staff member or transfer Assessment Information about a student s strengths is gathered from a number of sources which may include observations tests grades and student products Eligibility The Gifted Review Committee determines whether a student is eligible or ineligible for gifted education services or needs to be monitored Who serves on the Gifted Review Committee The Gifted Review Committee at each school is a group of professional staff members who review information on students who have been referred The committee consists of at least three members with knowledge about gifted education and the areas of strength being assessed How does a student become eligible for gifted program services Eligibility is determined by the Gifted Review Committee Each member of

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  • Academic Student Activities
    in knife skills and quiz bowl and students may participate in individual events such as napkin folding cake decorating and apple carving A fine dining experience is also planned Registration Fee 150 180 will be charged per student to include most meals and lodging Transportation will be provided by DoDDS DoDEA Europe Language Institute TBD Grades 8 12 The DoDEA Europe Language Institute offers participants a rigorous immersive language experience in the language that they are currently studying while evening enrichment offerings enable students to explore other languages and cultures Event TBD Registration Fee 160 for lodging and meals Leadership Activities International Student Leadership Institute Feb 29 Mar 5 Grades 10 11 This activity brings together students from European and DoDEA high schools to discuss and practice methods associated with leadership skills ISLI is held at the Bad Neuenahr Ahrweiler Youth Hostel in Germany Organized and run by a Board of Directors composed of German Dutch Czech and American teachers and students Host nation corporations European schools and DoDEA Europe sponsor this activity Student cost 215 covers lodging meals and materials Junior Leadership Seminar Oct 18 23 Grade 7 Junior Leadership Seminar is a 6 day event designed to identify and develop leadership skills for use in school JLS will be held in Oberwesel Germany Student registration 200 covers lodging meals and material expenses Future Educators Association Jan 26 29 Grades 9 12 FEA is for students who are interested in a career in education Leading educators from DoDEA Europe and the United States present teaching and learning strategies in a seminar setting FEA European Conference will be held at the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort in Garmisch Germany Student registration 315 00 covers lodging meals and materials Future Educators Association Math and Sciences STEMposium Dec 6 11 Grades 9 11 STEMposium is a weeklong experience in problem solving and engineering The event is designed to introduce selected DoDDS Europe students to a real world engineering scenario which requires the application of science technology and math Content area experts will present information mentor and provide hands on practical experiences targeted at solving a multi faceted relevant and dynamic problem The goal of the STEMposium is to use practicing researchers scientists and engineers to model Century 21 Skills such as team dynamics adaptability problem solving complex communications systems thinking and self management self direction Click here to see 2012 STEMposium highlights Registration Fee 250 covering food lodging supplies and equipment Transportation will be provided by DoDEA Europe Math Counts Mar 24 25 Grades 6 8 At the school level students are coached in problem solving and math skills for this national program Students will compete at the School Chapter and State levels with State finalists advancing to Nationals Registration Fee DoDEA Europe pays the registration fee for every DoDEA Europe school to compete State qualifiers are responsible for their lodging and meal expenses at the State Competition Junior Science Humanities Symposium Feb 29 Mar 2 Grades 9 12 JSHS is for students

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  • Fine Arts Activities
    You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director Becoming a Teacher Current Vacancies DoDEA Curriculum Europe wide Student Activities Student Activities Home Academic Activities Fine Arts Activities Student Activities Student Activities Home Academic Activities Fine Arts Activities Mailing Address DoDEA Europe Office of the Director Student Activities Unit 29649 APO AE 09136 Phone Local 0611 143 545 1509 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1509 DSN 314 545 1509 FAX Local 0611 143 545 1514 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1514 DSN 314 545 1514 We offers students a variety of state level activities and academic competitions These activities are designed to enhance and extend classroom instruction and provide students with the opportunity to apply their academic skills in reality based situations The following activities are currently being sponsored by DoDEA Europe Creative Connections Jazz Seminar Honors Music Festival Film Fest Creative Connections Nov 14 20 Grades 9 12 Creative Connections a six day Visual and Performing Arts symposium for talented high school students Instructors include experienced DoDEA teachers and contracted art and music specialists This year s classes include drama show choir strings dance music arranging video production digital design drawing mixed media and watercolor The week of intensive instruction challenges students to explore new creative avenues and refine their skills to the highest levels As one instructor described it Creative Connections is a whole semester of Fine Arts packed into one week The activity culminates with an exhibition of artwork followed by stage performances The exhibit and show are open to the public Registration Fee 220 Honors Music Festival Mar 13 18 Grades 9 12 The Honors Music Festival offers 60 student instrumentalists and 80 vocalists the opportunity to study and perform a variety of band and choral literature under the batons of

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