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McCool Elementary/Middle School Mission
To Provide an Exemplary Education that inspires and prepares All DoDEA students
for success in a Dynamic Global Environment.
McCool Elementary/Middle School Vision
CDR William C. McCool Elementary/Middle School is student-centered and prepares
all to excel as collaborative citizens
All students at CDR William C. McCool Elementary/Middle School will improve Language Arts writing strategies in all curricular areas.
Objective: 75% of Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade students will demonstrate proficiency in writing topic sentences and relevance by June 2015, as measured by the TerraNova, 3rd edition Language Arts subtest and other local school-based assessments.
Intervention that supports Goal 1 - Step Up to Writing
Goal 2: Math Communication
All students at CDR William C. McCool Elementary/Middle School will improve Math Communication in all curricular areas.
Objective: 75% of Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade students will demonstrate proficiency in explaining thinking and solution process by June 2015, as measured by the TerraNova, 3rd edition Math subtest and other local school-based assessments.
Intervention that supports Goal 2 - Journaling/ 4-Step: Read, Write, Pair, Share
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PSC 455 Box 168
FPO, AP 96540-1054
Phone: (671) 339-8676/8678
Fax: (671) 339-3383
It is the responsibility of the parents or guardians to notify the school every time a student is absent.