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DoDEA Americas Public Affairs Office

4800 Mark Center Drive  
Alexandria, VA 22350-1400

Phone: 571-372-0614

Public Affairs supports both internal and external customers through:

  • development of news releases and Director's messages.
  • coordinating and facilitating media relations.
  • providing public relations training and guidance to Superintendents.

DoDEA Americas Newsroom

District News

VIDEO – Jersey Mikes Player of the Game – Mike Averhart

He may be a little undersized in terms of defensive linemen, but his play was big Friday night as Fort Campbell defeated Marshall County. Mike Averhart was selected as the Jersey Mikes “Player of the Game” for his defensive effort against the Marshals.

Kingsolver Elementary returns to Fort Knox

Laura Gibson, the principal of the new Kingsolver Elementary School, has spent years preparing for Kingsolver Elementary School to open.

Two Quantico Students Interview Military Officials at Coalition

Two DoDEA students interview senior military officials at the Military Child Education Coalition 19th Training Conference in Washington D.C. Aug 1.

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Latest DoDEA Americas Press Releases

Fort Knox High School’s Prather Named Gerald Printing Athletic Director of the Year
Ms. Jackie Prather has been named the Gerald Printing Athletic Director of the Year. More...
FCHS Senior Awarded Emily J.T. Perez Foundation Scholarship
Ms. Nataliah Whetstone, a senior at Fort Campbell High School (FCHS), has been awarded the Emily J.T. Perez Foundation, LLC scholarship. More...
Fort Campbell High School Hires New Head Football Coach
Fort Campbell High School has hired Mr. Joshua Robins as The Falcons’ new head football coach. More...
Antilles High School Future Business Leaders Headed to Nationals
10 Antilles HS Future Business Leaders will move on to compete at the FBLA National Conference in Anaheim, CA. More...
Fort Knox Second Grader “Dreams Out Loud,” Wins Scholarship
Macdonald Elementary School second grade student, Amaya Lawniczack, participated in the “Dream Out Loud Challenge” and as a winner, is the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship. More...