Information for Parents

In today’s changing economy the need for advanced skills and technical knowledge is growing.  Showing our children that we value learning and education is important and will pay off in the long run as they mature.

You can help your child succeed by providing a home that encourages learning and supports your child’s physical, mental, and emotional development. Use these parent resources to help your child achieve in school. for U.S. Military Families
Tutors are online 24/7 and available to help in more than 16 subjects.  FREE for Active Duty, National Guard and Reserve members and their dependents.

Internet Safety - National PTA
The following are some resources and suggestions on how parents can protect their children from harmful topics conveyed through electronic media.
Prepare My Child for School - Tips and Resources from the U.S. Department of Education
Month-by-month guide to help your kids have a school year packed with fun and learning; Help your child get the most out of homework, succeed in school, and more.
Resources for Parents at Internet4Classrooms
Sites to Help Parents Help Their Children
A large collection of resources on keeping kids safe online.

Use of directory Information on Secondary School Students for Military Recruiting Purposes.  

Attention parents of 11th and 12th grade students and students who have reached their 18th birthday:

Based on 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. See the Frequently Asked Questions About the Release of Student Information for more details.