In keeping with DoDEA's mission to educate, engage, and empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world the DoDEA Curriculum Content Standards and the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) provide the framework for academic excellence.
See the GA/AL District Curriculum page for information about Pre-Kindergarten, Gifted, and Special Education.
Field trips are part of the regular school curriculum.
The school observes all national holidays that are observed by the military. Parties are limited to three times a year in grades PreK – 5th. The integration of learning games is encouraged. After all, learning is fun and something worth celebrating!
Any student in grades 2-3 earning academic achievement by making E's and M's or all M's, or in grades 4-5 earning A's and B's or all B's, in the areas of Language Arts (Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening) Math, Science, and Social Studies, qualify for the Honor Roll. Those students will be honored with a certificate of achievement the week following the issuing of report cards on a regular school day, in the classroom.
Any student in grades 3-5 earning academic excellence by making all E's or all A's in the areas of Language Arts, (Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening) Math, Science and Social Studies, qualify for the Principal's List. Those students and their parents will be honored with a breakfast the week following the issuing of report cards on a regular school day at 8:30 a.m. in the Multipurpose Room.
To develop student excellence in diverse military community through a nurturing environment.
We aspire to provide an environment for student excellence in academics, behavior, and leadership that result in lifelong learners who contribute to a global society.
At Edward A. White School, we work together to create a strong mind, healthy body, and giving spirit so that we can be the best we can be.
K - 3 students will improve in reading comprehension across the curriculum.
4 - 5 students will improve in writing across the curriculum.
All students will improve in language usage across the curriculum