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Three DoDEA Schools Honored at 2017 National Blue Ribbon School Ceremony
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy Devos recently honored three Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Schools as part of the 2017 National Blue Ribbon Schools Ceremony in Washington, D.C.

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Five DoDEA Students Named Among 2018 National Merit Semifinalists
Five Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) students were named among 2018 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists this year by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC).

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The Role of Global and Cultural Competencies in National Security and Diplomacy
Watch panel hosted by Dept. of Ed discuss how building global awareness, civic engagement, and language skills can foster a career path in national security and diplomacy. Among the panelists is 2013 DoDEA Teacher of the Year, Daniele Massey, who currently serves as an educator for the DoDEA Virtual High School.

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2017 DoDEA Customer Satisfaction Survey Results
DoDEA recently administered its Customer Satisfaction Survey (CSS) to teachers, students, and families. The survey is part of DoDEA's continual efforts to improve the quality of education delivered to Department of Defense military and civilian students.

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Military Family Appreciation Month, November 2017
During Military Family Appreciation Month, DoDEA renews its commitment to the families and communities we are proud to serve.

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Americas Schools

2017 KY New Era Scholars

2017 KY New Era Scholars

Fort Campbell High School Students won top awards in two of eight disciplines at the 2017Kentucky New Era Scholars Ceremony. FCHS took awards in English and Fine Arts. Read More

Europe Schools

Stuttgart HS students win national video contest

Stuttgart HS students win national video contest

SHS students, Bradley Taylor (SHS’17) and Carter Bailey (SHS’17), endeavored to tell the incredible story of Mr. Carson’s time in the military. Read More

Pacific Schools

Kadena Middle School cap it off to save world

Kadena Middle School cap it off to save world

Kadena Middle School National Junior Honor Society, or NJHS, students are saving the world one bottle cap at a time. Bottle caps, which are created with a different variety of petroleum in order to sustain pressure, cannot be wholly recycled. Read More