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  • New Website Launch!
    Our website continues to be an important communication tool for providing timely and accurate information to parents students and our community We want the school s website to be the first place parents and students go for information about what is happening at school The WCMS will help us ensure our website contains relevant accurate and meaningful information Please take a few minutes to explore the website and let us know what you think If you cannot find something you are looking for please let us know so we can continue to improve the site to meet our users needs About the DoDEA Web Content Management System Over the past several years DoDEA has been building the infrastructure to support the system wide implementation of a Web Content Management System WCMS to organize manage distribute and publish web content All DoDEA public facing websites will transition to the WCMS Benefits of the WCMS The WCMS will help superintendents and principals keep web pages fresh and current Principals will remain responsible for their school websites and content and can build any number of pages to support local information that best serves our customers There are windows on each site that are reserved for content from HQ area directors and superintendents Once a school is on the WCMS with three levels pushing information out school web pages will change frequently with information of interest to the families we serve Area director and superintendents will be able to push content out to each school site that highlights area or district priorities celebrations and other announcements Using the WCMS will enhance our ability to communicate and build a strong relationship with students parents and staff in direct support of the Community Strategic Plan CSP and Continuous School Improvement DDESS Public Affairs Office 700 Westpark

    Original URL path: http://www.dodea.edu/Americas/SC-Stewart-Cuba/FortStewart/DiamondES/websiteLaunch.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • New Website Launch
    Employees New Website Launch We are very excited to launch our new website in the DoDEA Web Content Management System WCMS Our website continues to be an important communication tool for providing timely and accurate information to parents students and our community We want the school s website to be the first place parents and students go for information about what is happening at school The WCMS will help us ensure our website contains relevant accurate and meaningful information Please take a few minutes to explore the website and let us know what you think If you cannot find something you are looking for please let us know so we can continue to improve the site to meet our users needs About the DoDEA Web Content Management System Over the past several years DoDEA has been building the infrastructure to support the system wide implementation of a Web Content Management System WCMS to organize manage distribute and publish web content All DoDEA public facing websites will transition to the WCMS Benefits of the WCMS The WCMS will help superintendents and principals keep web pages fresh and current Principals will remain responsible for their school websites and content and can build any number of pages to support local information that best serves our customers There are windows on each site that are reserved for content from HQ area directors and superintendents Once a school is on the WCMS with three levels pushing information out school web pages will change frequently with information of interest to the families we serve Area director and superintendents will be able to push content out to each school site that highlights area or district priorities celebrations and other announcements Using the WCMS will enhance our ability to communicate and build a strong relationship with students parents

    Original URL path: http://www.dodea.edu/Americas/SC-Stewart-Cuba/MCASBeaufort/ElliottES/News/launchAnnouncement.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • Rise of the Robots
    Robotics team puts its recycling skills to the test Text from the January 28 2016 issue of the The Fort Jackson Leader page 12 The Fort Jackson Patriots First Lego League Team 22589 received the Judges Award at the 2015 2016 First Lego League Trash Trek Challenge Jan 16 at Doby s Mill Elementary School in Lugoff South Carolina Achilles Sauvao and Noah Best watch in anticipation as their robot traverses the course Achilles Sauvao and Noah Best both C C Pinckney Elementary School students were competing in their initial First Lego League competition that happened to be part of the Columbia Area Qualifier Official Qualifying Tournament Gregg Taylor the team s coach and inspiration said he was electrified watching those two kids jumping out of their seats running forward to receive the award and lapping the crowd with award in hand Taylor was proud his students accepted the challenge and exhibited the confidence in what they have learned to go forward so others may follow The audience was very appreciative of their efforts and courage to compete among teams with numerous participants he added Taylor said the support of families schoolmates and the Fort Jackson community helped prepare his students for the competition The FJ Patriots Team 22589 entertained questions from the panel of judges in three separate qualifying sessions before entering the robot competition area The spoke for themselves while I told the event organizers judges and staff of their experience the attrition on the team and their determination Taylor said Once in the pit they introduced their robot named CCPAN pronounced See pan because the second C is silent to everyone that gathered to witness the robots hitting the bricks During the competition each team had its robot go through three timed rounds side by side against

    Original URL path: http://www.dodea.edu/Americas/SC-Stewart-Cuba/FortJackson/riseOfTheRobots.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • Mr. Thomas M. Brady
    on March 12 2014 As DoDEA s Director Mr Brady has oversight of all Defense Department K 12 schools both state side and overseas DoDEA operates 172 schools in 14 districts serving more than 74 000 students Mr Brady has extensive experience as an educational leader most recently as a former Superintendent of Providence RI Public Schools Prior to his leadership of Providence Public Schools he was the Chief Executive Officer for the School District of Philadelphia and Chief Operating Officer for the District of Columbia Public Schools and Fairfax County Public Schools Under Mr Brady s leadership of Providence Public Schools the largest district in Rhode Island serving more than 24 000 students in 45 schools student achievement and proficiency improved in mathematics science and reading He also introduced a new district wide math and science curricula opened two new schools created a comprehensive reform plan for the city s most underperforming schools and revised teacher hiring protocols Faced with operational budget deficits in the School District of Philadelphia the eighth largest school system in the country serving nearly 200 000 students in more than 260 schools Mr Brady initiated and began implementation of strategic and business plans that reduced operating budget shortfalls nearly 90 As the Chief Operating Officer for the District of Columbia DC Public Schools a system with more than 75 000 students and over 200 schools he secured more than 3 1 billion for capital improvements over a ten year period He was also instrumental in revamping the DC Public Schools food and nutrition program Serving as the Chief Operating Officer for Fairfax County Public Schools the 12th largest school system in the United States with more than 180 000 students Mr Brady led the school system s human resources finance facilities transportation services and information technology divisions Mr Brady s commitment to public service is not limited to the education sector He served as a commis sioned officer for 25 years in the United States Army Highlights of his military career include serving as the Commanding Officer Fort Belvoir VA and a battalion commander at Fort Benning GA Prior to his selection as DoDEA s new director Mr Brady was a senior advisor with Alvarez and Marsal s public sector services team where he led the education team in assisting states and local school districts re store fiscal sustainability budget reform and operational improvements He also served as the Chief Operating Officer of GEMS Education Mr Brady earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Education Social Sciences from Niagara University in New York and his Master of Arts degree in Human Resources Management from Pepperdine University in California He is a graduate of the U S Army War College and a graduate of the Broad Superintendents Academy DoDEA schools have played a significant role in Mr Brady s family His wife attended DoDEA schools as have all of his children and two of his grandchildren Learn MORE about Mr Thomas M Brady on DoDEA

    Original URL path: http://www.dodea.edu/aboutDoDEA/Thomas_Brady.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • DoDEA Americas Schools in the News
    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 District News GA AL District KY District NC Camp Lejeune District NC Fort Bragg District NY VA PR District SC Ft Stewart Cuba District DoDEA Americas Public Affairs 700 Westpark Drive Peachtree City GA 30269 Phone 678 364 8044 Fax 770 632 8720 cindy gibson am dodea edu DoDEA Americas Schools in the News News Room Press Releases Americas Schools in the News DoDEA Americas Sporting News DoDEA News Room Back to Previous Page All News Items Elliott ES Parent Volunteers Beaufort SC February 17 2016 Wonderful Workroom Volunteers Photo There is a room in our school that bustles from school opening until the last child walks out the door It is full of activity and productivity It is filled with laughter and packed with generous giving hearts For sure it is a classroom one might say But this particular room is our Elliott Workroom It is the base of operation for our parent volunteers These very special ladies and gents upon occasion give their time Monday through Friday to cut copy and assemble materials to help equip our teachers to present active and engaging learning activities There does not seem to be a project they cannot do It is almost magical how they complete tasks But the teachers and staff at Elliott know it is no magic These mothers work very hard and sacrifice their time daily to help free up more time for teachers This in turn allows the teachers more time to plan and prepare lessons So let s give a shout out and a mighty THANK

    Original URL path: http://www.dodea.edu/Americas/Area-News.cfm?id=5E310AE4-F5E4-F905-7A65346FEA1112B9 (2016-02-18)
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  • DoDEA Americas Schools in the News
    Schools in the News DoDEA Americas Sporting News DoDEA News Room Back to Previous Page All News Items Dental clinic educates parents children on hygiene by Nathan Pfau The Army Flier Fort Rucker February 16 2016 Sweets make nice treats for children s taste buds but the effects on their teeth and gums often prove sour Fort Rucker s Brown Dental Clinic is targeting children and parents for an educational campaign on promoting healthy dental habits for National Children Dental Health Month according to Ann Bagley general dentist at the clinic Staff from Brown Dental Clinic provided free dental screenings for children at the child development center and the Fort Rucker Primary School Feb 3 and 4 to make sure children on post are keeping up with good dental hygiene Bagley said We want to look for any obvious issues that the children may have and try to promote good dental health she said The emphasis is not only on good oral health for the children but for the parents as well The screenings were brief and Bagley said Fort Rucker s children s teeth are in tip top shape We see very few issues here with the children on post it s amazing she said The population here is very good about dental hygiene But that s not always the case and some dental health problems can still arise Some of the common issues that dentists run into with children s teeth are spacing and crowding issues which can be an indication of future need for orthodontic care and sometimes the occasional cavity said Bagley adding that issues should be dealt with right away Poor dental health can lead to hours missed from school unnecessary dental procedures and pain she said Some people might think that it s just a toothache but it s more than that It can affect the child s overall health so you want to make sure to stress proper dental health Bagley said that sometimes people think that since their young children have primary teeth that the urgency for proper dental care isn t as necessary as for adult teeth but stresses that the health of the baby teeth can affect the health of the permanent teeth that will eventually come through You want to make sure to maintain healthy primary teeth for the sake of the permanent teeth that will eventually erupt she said Plus it s good to establish good healthy dental habits early on Additionally poor dental health can bring about unnecessary pain and issues that can easily be avoided If a child has an infection in the mouth it s the same as an infection in any part of the body so it will make the child not feel good said Bagley If they don t feel good they aren t able to focus very well in school and it makes it difficult to participate in class and it simply affects the overall health of the child That s why

    Original URL path: http://www.dodea.edu/Americas/Area-News.cfm?id=331D79DA-9F7D-BB38-BCD98226923B68B2 (2016-02-18)
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  • DoDEA Americas Schools in the News
    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 District News GA AL District KY District NC Camp Lejeune District NC Fort Bragg District NY VA PR District SC Ft Stewart Cuba District DoDEA Americas Public Affairs 700 Westpark Drive Peachtree City GA 30269 Phone 678 364 8044 Fax 770 632 8720 cindy gibson am dodea edu DoDEA Americas Schools in the News News Room Press Releases Americas Schools in the News DoDEA Americas Sporting News DoDEA News Room Back to Previous Page All News Items Loyd Choir honors blood donors during ceremony Bayonet Saber Bayonet Saber Fort Benning Georgia February 11 2016 Martin Army Community Hospital and the Sullivan Memorial Blood Center honored those who have given the gift of life during the annual National Volunteer Blood Donor celebration Feb 5 at the Benning Club The event featured the Lloyd Elementary School Choir led by the choir director Mamie Rush The choir serenaded the guests with a melody of songs through the ages incorporating the words blood donor and life in the songs which had the guests clapping and rocking to the tunes Read more here http www bayonetandsaber com 2016 02 09 942550 blood donors honored during ceremony html storylink cpy 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

    Original URL path: http://www.dodea.edu/Americas/Area-News.cfm?id=2F7BB8B2-E184-3AD8-5DF7A6AB6904DE1B (2016-02-18)
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  • Georgia-Alabama District Home
    the school s namesake Frank Riley Loyd Read More Dexter Elementary Celebrates Learning with Parent University Night On Tuesday January 26th about thirty Dexter Elementary families came out to support Parent University night 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 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 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 GA AL District Fort Benning Schools Dexter ES Faith MS Loyd ES McBride ES Stowers ES White ES Wilson ES Fort Rucker Schools Ft Rucker ES Ft Rucker PS Maxwell AFB Maxwell AFB E MS GA AL District District Superintendent s Office Superintendent Dr Christy Huddleston Supt GAAL DSO am dodea edu Assistant Superintendent Mrs Lisa Coleman AsstSupt GAAL DSO am dodea edu Address 7441 Custer Road Bldg 2670 Fort Benning GA 31905 4300 Phone 706 545 7276 Fax 706 545 8227 Community Information Fort Benning Fort Rucker Maxwell AFB Upcoming Events Feb 29 Ft Rucker No School Teacher PD CCRSM Mar 7 FRPS No School Pre K ONLY Mar 7 Ft Benning No school Pre K ONLY Mar 7 No School Pre K ONLY Mar 18 Ft Benning No School Report Card Prep Full Calendar NOTE Please check your school s calendar for information on additional release days for training parent teacher conferences and other activities Subscribe to this Calendar District News Dental clinic educates parents children on hygiene Fort Rucker s Brown Dental Clinic is targeting children

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