The school library provides a variety of books for reading and reference. Books may be checked out by the students. If a student loses or severely damages a book, the parents will be responsible for reimbursement. We also have a parent collection of books containing useful resources and parenting tips. Please feel free to view or checkout materials from our collection.
Scholastic Reading Counts (SRC) is a program that encourages students to read for enjoyment and understanding.
Reading Counts Quiz Search
Provides information about books that are supported by SRC quizzes. You can view the available quizzes to help you and your child select books for Reading Counts points.
The Dexter Information Center has over 8,000 resources available for circulation. Students, parents, faculty and administrators have access to over 400 eBooks, 10 student computer stations, and over 20 DoDEA Databases.
K-2 students can check out two books at a time. 3-5 students can check out three books at a time.
The Information Center hours are from 7:45 am -3:45 pm. Students can come anytime their teacher allows them to visit the IFC. Parents, faculty, and administrators are welcomed as well.
Students are taught how to find books appropriate for them. They also learn about different types of books, genres, authors, databases, and develop a love for reading. In addition, the students learn library skills, do research, read, check-out books, work on computer activities, and take Reading Counts tests.
We follow the school discipline plan. Library rules, such as book return, lost book replacement, etc., will be discussed with students on their first visit. Lost or damaged library books must be paid for or replaced with a book title of a comparable value and acceptable content.
The Media Center has over 20 databases that students use as they learn about:
Students can access these resources from home as well.
To provide a safe and supportive learning environment enabling military children to develop to their fullest potential. We offer all students the opportunity to achieve the skills and confidence necessary to develop into independent thinkers - capable of creating a vision for their future.
We learn from the past to create our own future.
By May 2016, all students will improve in writing by applying writing strategies and integrating their writing across the curriculum.
By May 2016, all students will improve in math by using models, math tools, games, writing, and vocabulary to solve mathematical problems.