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  • Vicenza High School Home
    Psychology Services Enrollment Registration Online Resources PCS Information Our Community Student Transportation Employment Graduation Requirements DoDEA GradeSpeed Online Grade Book for Grades 4 12 Crisis Management Toolkit EpiPen Recall Important Information DoDEA College and Career Readiness DoDEA s College and Career website aligns with the Common Core Curriculum and is a top priority for its students Read More Restructuring for Student Achievement DoDEA will pursue our commitment to become a more effective and efficient school system by redistributing human and capital resources and clarifying organizational roles responsibilities and expectations Read More National African American History Month Join DoDEA in celebrating the achievements of African Americans and recognizing the central role they have played in U S history Read More United States Senate Youth Program Mr Thomas Brady Director DoDEA announced Kyelee Fitts Aanand Shah and Caitlin Hertzendorf as delegates to the 54th annual United States Senate Youth Program USSYP Read More VHS Vision To prepare all students in reaching their full potential in education work and life VHS Goals Goals Goal 1 By 2016 all students at Vicenza High School will increase writing proficiency in sentence structure writing strategies and editing across the curriculum Goal 2 By 2016 all students at Vicenza High School will improve their number sense through theapplication of and understanding of number principles to solve real world problems across thecurriculum Interventions Goal 1 Increase Writing Proficiency Intervention Applying the 6 1 with emphasis on sentence structure writing strategies and editing Goal 2 Improve Number Sense Intervention Using reflection to demonstrate understanding of number principles to solve real world problems Please use the Calendar Link on the left to access our calendar Upcoming Events Mar 25 CSI Early Release Apr 8 Teacher Work Day Apr 11 Spring Recess Apr 12 Spring Recess Apr 13 Spring Recess Full

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  • Vienza Middle School Home
    Corner Calendars Curriculum Course Catalog Student Activities Athletics Student Clubs Food Services School Handbook Get Involved Student Services Guidance Counseling School Nurse Psychology Services Enrollment Registration Online Resources PCS Information Our Community Student Transportation Employment DoDEA GradeSpeed Online Grade Book for Grades 4 12 Crisis Management Toolkit EpiPen Recall Important Information DoDEA College and Career Readiness DoDEA s College and Career website aligns with the Common Core Curriculum and is a top priority for its students Read More Restructuring for Student Achievement DoDEA will pursue our commitment to become a more effective and efficient school system by redistributing human and capital resources and clarifying organizational roles responsibilities and expectations Read More Sesame Street Supports Military Families Elmo Big Bird and Abby Cadabby are teaming up with the Defense Department to support thousands of military families Read More VMS Goal 1 VMs Goal 1 Read More VMS Goal 2 VMS Goal 2 Read More DoDEA Vision Statement EDUCATE ENGAGE AND EMPOWER EACH STUDENT TO SUCCEED IN A DYNAMIC WORLD Vicenza Middle School Mission Statement Reach Teach Inspire and Empower Students to be Life Long Learners Leaders and Successful in a Dynamic Global Society Goals Goal 1 All students at Vicenza Middle School will improve their reading comprehension skills through analyzing text across the curriculum Goal 2 All students at Vicenza Middle School will communicate mathematics understanding by justifying their claims with evidence in all classes VMS school supply list Upcoming Events Feb 18 JLS Leadership Board Feb 18 Thursday HW Club Feb 18 Club Beyond Small Groups Feb 18 Staff Professional Development Feb 19 JLS Full Calendar Subscribe to this Calendar Recent News 2016 VES VMS Spelling Bee Championship 2016 Spelling Bee Championship took place on the evening of January 20th in the VES VMS Multi Purpose Room Read More Parent

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  • Eligibility and Tuition Rate
    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 The Department of Defense Education Activity DoDEA determines enrollment and eligibility policy DoDEA Europe is responsible to disseminate that policy to all schools Eligibility is determined by the supporting documentation of the sponsor and enrollment will be in one of the following categories listed below Eligibility DoDEA eligibility regulation DoDEA regulation 1342 13 How to register your child children Visit the registrar s office upon arriving in country and pick up a registration packet or download one from the below Registration Packets section and provide to the registrar s office Registration Packets Please choose the packet that fits your student s situation these forms are fillable Once completed print and return to the school your family is zoned for New Incoming Student Returning Student Same School Returning Student with change in Medical condition Same School Transferring Student Space Available Enrollment Form Only for space available enrollment read more on Space Available Eligibility Requirements IMPORTANT It is necessary for the sponsor or spouse to come to the school office to complete registration for students Admission Requirements Parents enrolling students are required to furnish the following Mandatory to begin attendance Proof of sponsor s overseas status Orders verification of employment etc Proof of sponsor dependent connection Child listed on orders birth certificate etc Proof of a new DEROS as applicable Tuition paid in advance if applicable Verification of minimal age requirement for Sure Start Kindergarten and 1st grade students PCS Orders Birth certificate or passport Note Children entering Sure Start Kindergarten First Grade must be 4 5 and 6

    Original URL path: http://www.dodea.edu/Europe/enrollment/eligibility.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • Frequently Asked Enrollment Questions
    kindergarten in a DoD school For Sure Start and Pre Kindergarten Programs A child must be 4 years of age on or before September 1 to be eligible to attend the DoDEA Sure Start Program and Pre Kindergarten Program For the DoDEA Kindergarten Program A child must be 5 years of age on or before September 1 to be eligible to attend kindergarten in DoDEA Schools For the DoDEA First Grade Program A child must be 6 years of age on or before September 1 or have completed an accredited kindergarten program to be eligible to attend first grade in DoDEA Schools Can I enroll my child after the start of the school year Yes DoDEA Europe typically enrolls students at any time during the school year as many parents find themselves moving into the area after school begins If I am active duty military stationed in Europe but my children are not command sponsored will I have to pay tuition No Active duty military stationed overseas can enroll their children as space available tuition free This does not apply to military TDY overseas Also keep in mind that only the school principal can say if there is space available for your child Can my children attend DoDEA Europe if I am stationed overseas but my family is living in another overseas area Yes For active duty military and U S full time DoD civilian employees stationed overseas their children can be enrolled as space available tuition free if they live in a different overseas location than the sponsor Can tuition be reduced or waived by DoDEA Europe under certain circumstances No DoDEA Europe does not have the authority to reduce or waive tuition for anyone not even for one day As a non appropriated fund employee in Europe can

    Original URL path: http://www.dodea.edu/Europe/enrollment/faqs.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • Enrollment Resources, Documents, and Forms
    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 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 Tuition Tuition Authorization Central Billing SY08 09 Sample Letter Registration Verification of Civilian Employment Confirmation of Military Dependent s Overseas Status and Sponsor s DEROS DoDEA Regulation 1030 1 Space Availability Requirements for Minor Dependents Overseas Consent Form for Space Available Students DoDEA Regulation 1030 1 DoDEA Form 600 March 2013 DoDEA Form 700 January 2015 Consent and Authorization DoDEA Form 700A January 2015

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  • Medical Requirements for School Enrollment
    are required to have the following immunizations listed in the attached form DoDEA Immunization Requirements While these immunizations are required to attend DoD schools the Military Services not the schools are responsible for giving students their immunizations For more information on immunizations for school contact your school nurse Medical Screening Special Education and Related Services When appropriate medical professionals will conduct a medical screening and work with DoD Dependents Schools personnel to determine whether a child has a disabling condition First Aid and Emergency Care School principals establish first aid and emergency care plans and the medical authority on each installation review these procedures each year School personnel cannot give or recommend medicines except as provided in DSM 2942 0 Medicine at School Of course it s best that students not take medicine during school hours However when it is necessary for a student to take medication at school he or she must leave the medication with the school nurse for safekeeping The medicine must be in a pharmacy labeled container with the student s name the name of the medication and the scheduled dose or doses Each student must also bring a parent s written permission to take the medication and written orders from the physician If the school nurse is not present the student must present the medication to the school principal acting principal or health aide for safekeeping In extremely rare situations students are allowed to keep their medicine with them while in school or at school related activities The student s prescribing physician must provide a written statement that the student has to keep the medication at all times also a parent must provide written permission for the medication to stay with the student These rare circumstances are usually for field trips and involve the need

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  • Educational Screening
    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 The DoDI 1315 19 mandates that all active duty military and DoD civilians with Exceptional Family Members EFMs undergo medical and or educational screening as appropriate prior to overseas travel at government expense Failure to complete the required screening components will preclude the processing of the family travel application and command sponsorship It can be extremely frustrating for families to arrive at a location that does not have services in place to meet special needs and a key purpose of the screening process is to provide families with information regarding service availability prior to relocating For active duty sponsors the military will often work with a family to ensure they are assigned to a location already resourced to meet any special needs a family member may have For DoD civilians a job offer cannot be retracted based on the needs of a family member but the screening process allows the sponsor to make informed decisions for his or her family prior to relocating The form used for educational screening is the DD 2792 1 the Exceptional Family Member Special Education Early Intervention Summary form This should be submitted to the designated office at the losing installation along with a copy of the child s complete and current Individualized Education Program IEP or Individualized Family Service Plan IFSP for processing The DD 2792 1 is the same form used for enrollment of active duty dependents in the Exceptional Family Member Program EFMP Civilian employees do not enroll in EFMP but are

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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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