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Netzi News January 11, 2016
Netzaberg Elementary School is committed to success for ALL students!
To Provide an Exemplary Education that Inspires and Prepares all DoDEA Students for Success in a Dynamic, Global Environment.
Success for All Students
Trust and Respect for Others
Uncompromising Advocacy for Students
Development of Lifelong Learners
Equal Access to Quality, Rigorous Education
New and Motivating Challenges to Inspire Excellence
Teaching with High Expectations
Safe and Stable Learning Environment
Goal 1: By 2016 all students will improve targeted reading comprehension skills across the curriculum as measured by local and system-wide assessments.
Goal 2: By 2016 all students will improve their understanding of number sense and operational concepts across the curriculum as measured by local and system-wide assessments.
NETZABERG, Germany — Teachers and students at the elementary school here hosted a career day, which drew in a number of professionals from across the garrison. Read More...
NETZABERG, Germany — When I was 8 years old, my elementary school hosted a spring read-a-thon, something schools do to promote reading and recognize Dr. Seuss, whose birthday falls in March. Read More...
The Weiden Polizei Department visited with Netzaberg Elementary School students to teach them the importance of looking both ways before crossing the street. Read More...
GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — Netzaberg Elementary School celebrated Fasching Friday with a parade that highlighted countries around the globe. Read More...
wo students from Netzaberg Elementary School participated in Germany’s Special Olympics Dec. 4 in Kaiserslautern. Students William (Billy) Clark and Nina Ray both won first place and the gold medal for their age group (11-12 years old) Read More...
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