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DoDEA will pursue our commitment to become a more effective and efficient school system by redistributing human and capital resources and clarifying organizational roles, responsibilities, and expectations. - Read More...
Educate, Engage, and Empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.
Empower students to become productive citizens in a global society through a rigorous, standards-based curriculum.
Goal One (Pre K through 5th grade) Part A:
All pre-kindergarten through fifth grade students at Incirlik Unit School will improve in reading comprehension through a focus on non-fiction content.
Goal One (6th through 12th grade) Part B:
All sixth through twelfth grade students at Incirlik Unit School will improve in writing across the curriculum with a focus on writing conventions.
Goal Two (Pre K through 2nd grade) Part :
All pre-kindergarten through second grade students will improve their understanding of number sense: the ability to recognize numbers, identify their relative values, and understand how to use them in a variety of ways, across the curriculum.
Goal Two (3rd through 12th grade) Part B:
All students in grades three through twelve will improve their ability to make mathematical connections by using fractions, ratios, and proportions in real-life applications across the curriculum.
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APO, AE 09824-0005
DSN Phone: 676-3109/6213/6449
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