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  • Winter Athletics
    offer girls and boys basketball wrestling cheer and marksmanship during this season Basketball After participating in the regular season approximately 14 games all schools will have the opportunity to participate in the European Championships held at the end of February in Wiesbaden Regular season records will be used to assist in seeding of the teams by Division Schools will compete by Division I II or III in pool play or a round robin format with the top teams advancing to the finals Awards Team Awards Division I II and III 1st through 3rd place All Tournament Selections 8 players with one of these players being named the MVP All Europe First and Second Teams will be selected Wrestling Wrestlers will hone their skills in their regular season matches preparing for the sectional qualifying meets to be held in early February Three sectional meets will be held across Europe with schools authorized to enter a maximum of two wrestlers in each of the 14 weight classes The 1st place winners from the sectional meets will automatically advance to the European Championships the following weekend with 3 wrestlers from the various sectionals being chosen as wild cards to complete the field of 12 wrestlers per weight class During the two day European event wrestlers will be placed in pools to wrestle a round robin with the top wrestlers in each pool will advancing to the semi final matches Awards Individual Medals 1st through 4th place Team Awards by Division I II III 1st through 3rd place All Europe Gold medal winners 1st Team All Europe Silver medal winners 2nd Team All Europe Cheer During the winter season cheer teams will support their teams during the various events while preparing to participate in Wiesbaden at the end of February in the annual Cheer

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryk12partners.dodea.edu/Europe/athletics/winter_1112.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • Spring Sports
    Home Fall Athletics Winter Athletics Spring Athletics Athletic Activities Program Coordinator Interscholastic Athletic Program Manual Athletic Championship Dates Please visit your school website for specific athletic schedules DoDDS Europe Basketball Cheerleading Championships Results Soccer Baseball Softball Track Spring is in the air which means that all baseball softball soccer and track athletes are preparing for their first contests of the season Soccer All our schools offering soccer and the five international schools participating full time in our league will participate in the European Championships held at the end of May This will be the culminating event following the regular season The tournament will offer many games using a pool play format where teams will play a round robin within their pool and then the top 2 teams in each pool will advance to the semi finals Baseball Teams will have the opportunity to participate in a regular season schedule consisting of up to 14 games On most Saturdays during the spring teams will play double headers against their opponents in preparation for the European Championships that will be held in late May During the championships teams will divided into two pools by Division where a round robin format will be used The top 2 teams in each pool will advance to the semi final games Due to the low number of participating Division III teams Divisions II and III will be combined during the championships Softball Following a 14 game 7 weekend regular season schedule all schools offering a softball program will participate in the European Championships to be held in late May Teams will be divided into 2 pools by Division with the top 2 teams in each pool advancing to the semi final games Winners of the semi final games will then vie for the championships Track All

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  • School Supplies
    Unit 29649 APO AE 09136 Phone Local 0611 143 545 1503 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1503 DSN 314 545 1503 Fax Local 0611 143 545 1546 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1546 DSN 314 545 1546 Email DoDEA Europe Director DoDEA Europe Hotline DoDEA Europe Public Affairs DoDEA Europe Webmaster Official School Supply Guidelines This is the only official list of supplies for students throughout Europe All other lists that may be in circulation or requests for additional supplies should be disregarded Parents should follow only the DoDEA Europe official guidelines when purchasing school supplies for their children Each school may provide additional guidance to the parents on what to buy for their student that is more grade specific These lists are normally published in the local newspapers for each garrison just before school starts Additionally teachers will identify which items will be needed for their classroom So please check your school and your child s teacher to know exactly what items will be needed Parents Parents are expected to provide the following for their children as needed All Schools Levels Pens and pencils Rubber eraser Colored pencils Glue sticks bottled Pocket folders Highlighters Book bag or backpack Spiral notebooks Plastic supply box Notebook dividers Bound composition book Gym shoes Notebook 3 ring binder Paints watercolor Colored markers Tissues 1 box max Planners Paper loose leaf For Elementary Schools only Child s round end scissors Crayons Bath towel Paint shirt For Middle Schools only Crayons Clipboards Scissors For High Schools Clipboards Scissors Protractor Compass Rulers Schools Schools are expected to purchase the following items and have them available in August for the beginning of school Rulers ES MS only Paints tempra Pencil Sharpeners Toilet Paper Paper graph Index Cards Calculators Dishwashing Detergent Plastic

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryk12partners.dodea.edu/Europe/resources/supplies.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • Assessment Calendar SY 2015-2016
    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 Elementary Schools Georgia Alabama Kentucky NC Camp Lejeune NC Ft Bragg NY VA PR SC Ft Stewart Cuba Europe Pacific Middle Schools Georgia Alabama Kentucky NC Camp Lejeune NC Ft Bragg NY VA PR SC Ft Stewart Cuba Europe Pacifc High Schools Kentucky NC Camp Lejeune NY VA PR SC Ft Stewart Cuba Europe Pacific Assessment Calendar Welcome to the DoDEA System wide Assessments Calendar site To access the System wide Assessments for Elementary Middle and High Schools please select the appropriate navigation and select either the District or Area Download the PDF version of the 2015 16 Assessment Calendar DoDEA DoD Global Footer Menus DoDEA Virtual School DoDEA School Calendars Non DoD Schools Contact DoDEA Interested in Becoming

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryk12partners.dodea.edu/datacenter/accountability/calendar.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • Student Transportation: Europe School Bus Offices
    2809 From U S 011 49 9802 83 2808 Email School Bus Office Bavaria District Office Local 49 0 981 183 7422 DSN 314 468 7422 From U S 011 49 981 1837422 Email District Bus Office Garmisch Local 49 0 8821 750 576 DSN 314 440 2576 From U S 011 49 8821 750 576 Email School Bus Office Hohenfels Local 49 0 9472 306 DSN 314 446 2782 From U S 011 49 9472 306 Email School Bus Office Netzaberg Local 49 0 162 271 7586 7580 DSN 314 472 9218 From U S 011 49 162 271 7586 7580 Email School Bus Office Robinson Barracks Local 49 0 711 680 9337 DSN 314 430 9337 From U S 011 49 711 680 9337 Email School Bus Office Stuttgart Local 49 0 711 680 8497 or 8493 DSN 314 430 8497 or 8493 From U S 011 49 711 680 8497 or 8493 Email School Bus Office StuttgartHS Local 49 0 7031 15 4000 ext 431 5586 or 5587 DSN 314 431 5586 or 5587 From U S 011 49 7031 15 4000 ext 431 5586 or 5587 Vilseck Local 49 0 9645 917 9254 DSN 314 476 2643 From U S 011 49 9645 91 79254 Email School Bus Office Isles School Bus Offices Alconbury Local 44 0 1480 844413 DSN 314 268 4313 4314 From U S 011 44 1480 844413 Email School Bus Office Brussels Local 32 0 65 44 4013 DSN 314 423 4013 From U S 011 32 65 44 4013 Email School Bus Office Isles District Office Local 44 0 1638 527748 DSN 314 226 7748 From U S 011 44 1638 527748 Email District Bus Office Lakenheath and Feltwell Local 44 0 1638 52 7013 DSN 314 226 7013 From U S 011 44 1638 52 7013 Email School Bus Office Tri Border Local 31 0 455 27 8232 DSN N A From U S 011 31 455 27 8232 Email School Bus Office Kaiserslautern School Bus Offices Baumholder Local 49 0 6783 66874 DSN 314 485 6874 From U S 011 49 6783 66874 Email School Bus Office Eifel Local 49 0 656 561 5340 5352 DSN 314 452 5340 5352 From U S 011 49 656 561 5340 5352 Email School Bus Office Kaiserslautern Local 49 0 631 536 2877 DSN 314 489 2877 From U S 011 49 631 536 2877 Email School Bus Office Kaiserslautern District Office Local 0631 536 5927 DSN 314 489 5927 From U S 011 49 631 536 5927 Email District Bus Office Ramstein Local 49 0 6371 47 2877 DSN 314 480 2877 From U S 011 49 6371 47 2877 Email School Bus Office Wiesbaden Local 49 0 611 705 2251 DSN 314 337 2251 From U S 011 49 611 705 2251 Email School SBO Mediterranean School Bus Offices Ankara Local 0312 287 2529 DSN 314 287 2529 From U S 011 90 312 287 2529 Email School Bus Office

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryk12partners.dodea.edu/Europe/offices/transportation/localOffices.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • Student Transportation: Newcomers & Eligibility
    but with key operations and safety differences DoDEA Europe does not own buses or employ drivers but mainly contracts with host nation commercial companies for transportation services In a few communities the military provides school bus service Buses are not the yellow vehicles familiar to American children but European style tour or transit coaches marked with the international school bus sign front and back Drivers are not required to speak English only the host nation language Buses are equipped with two way communications either radio or cellular telephone linking drivers to the contractor s central control station Drivers are not responsible for enforcing good order and discipline on the bus Their job is to operate the bus safely Drivers will report infractions of the bus rules Parents are responsible for their children s behavior on the bus Because even one child s misbehavior can interfere with safe operation of the bus and endanger everyone on board disciplinary action on reported infractions may be taken to include temporary suspension or permanent revocation from riding the bus School transportation is a privilege not a right or entitlement and safety is paramount Local school bus operations are the responsibility of each DoDEA Europe district Each district has a District Transportation Supervisor who oversees the School Bus Office or SBO servicing each community For operational questions please contact your servicing SBO first Phone numbers and email links are found under Local School Transporters What Parents in Europe Need to Know 1 72 Mb pdf file It s All About Location The location of the family quarters not the sponsor s place of duty or work determines which school children attend and their eligibility for transportation Distance from the residence to the assigned school determines whether children walk to school or ride the bus The

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  • Student Transportation: Safety & Behavior
    follow this life saving rule Before crossing the street in ENGLAND look RIGHT look LEFT and then look RIGHT AGAIN Behavior Parents must ensure that their children understand and follow the 10 School Bus rules listed below Obey the driver or adult Enter and exit the bus safely and always show your bus pass Stay properly seated and use seatbelts when available Keep your hands feet and other body parts to yourself Do not throw things Put nothing out of the window Remain quiet and do not disturb the driver or others No profanity indecency smoking prohibited items or vandalism Do not eat drink or chew gum Be responsible be safe In Europe school bus student behavior and discipline areadministered under the DoDEA Regulation 2051 1 Disciplinary Rules andProcedures Enclosure 8 An Unruly Bus is an Unsafe Bus Good order among students on the bus is fundamental to safety Commonly known as the bus discipline problem what s really at stake is the effect that a lack of good order has on every student s safety Discipline isn t the problem the real problem is safety because bad discipline results in an unsafe operation Safe student transportation is one of our highest concerns We have high standards for mechanically sound vehicles and qualified trained drivers two of the three parts that make up the formula for safe school bus operations The third and equally vital part that completes the formula is safe student behavior on the bus The most serious effect of student misbehavior is its impact on the bus driver Driving in European traffic conditions demands the driver s full attention and absolute concentration Anything that diverts attention or breaks concentration however momentary can have dangerous even fatal consequences Consider this When the driver looks in the rearview mirror to identify and correct student misbehavior who is driving the bus The direct cause and effect relationship between behavior and safety on the bus underlies DoDEA Europe s policy and program for managing student behavior A joint working group of school principals education and transportation officials component command schools liaison officers and ECAPTS representatives conducted an in depth study of the topic and how to manage it The working group overhauled the process clearly defining roles and responsibilities streamlining procedures and making them consistent simplifying and standardizing the rules and creating a universal table of consequences We implemented the revisions during the fourth quarter of last school year Some key points about our policy and procedures are these Because misbehavior by even one student creates an unsafe environment for all the rules will be strictly enforced Parents including sponsors or guardians are responsible for their children s behavior on the bus DoD policy prohibits hiring adults for the primary purpose of supervising student behavior and enforcing discipline on school buses Parents must teach their children proper behavior and ensure they follow the rules School principals will take disciplinary action Riding school buses is a privilege that may be suspended or

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  • Europe Information Technology Division
    AE 09136 Phone Local 0611 143 545 1869 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1869 DSN 314 545 1869 Fax Local 0611 143 545 1863 From U S 011 49 611 143 545 1863 DSN 314 545 1863 Additional Resources IT Service Desk DoDEA Europe IT Intranet ITRA OWA Outlook Email Europe DoDEA Europe IT Division Providing Europe schools districts and other divisions with reliable information technology access Europe IT Division Mission Mission To provide leading edge Information Technology Systems supporting our schools and business processes with secure enterprise wide computer resources in support of the DoDEA School Systems Vision To provide our customers with IT Services which are reliable scalable standardized and secure Infrastructure Operations Mission Increase mobility accessibility and availability of network services supporting higher achievement of students Provide efficient reliable secure and timely operational support and maintenance control for all agency network servers located throughout Europe Vision Deliver a robust and responsive network infrastructure capable of supporting the convergence of legacy and emergent technologies that promote the delivery of real time content to the K 12 school environment we support To transform the DoDEA Europe data and email support system into a world class enterprise environment supporting the educational mission Software Development Support Mission To provide innovative and state of the art automation support services that enable all DoDEA Europe business processes to exceed their complex and mission critical software and systems life cycle and integration requirements Vision Plan design program and implement highly efficient and effective systems used to enable the success of all students Customer Support Mission To provide consistent exemplary technological customer support in a timely manner offering innovative state of the art solutions and seamless service while ensuring complete customer satisfaction for all of DoDEA Europe Vision To provide the finest

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