Warrior Beat is published monthly. It should be read carefully as it contains information about special events, school closures, half-days, and similar occurrences.
Warrior Weekly Update
Weekly Warrior is published weekly and updates are electronically mailed to all families outlining upcoming events and important information. It is important that the school have a valid email address so information can be sent directly to you.
Each morning students are provided daily information about the activities of the day. Bulletin items are submitted to the administrative office by teachers, students, and the community . Students must have the signed approval of their activity sponsor before they may submit an announcement.
Student produced morning announcements are then produced and broadcast by the Video Production class.
Inclement Weather and School Closure
Road conditions are announced over AFN radio and television. Under condition RED, school buses will not run. The decision to run buses and to close school is made by the Area IV Commander. If school is closed, or the opening delayed, the announcement will be made over AFN radio and television, Facebook and SharePoint. If school is closed early because of inclement weather or other unexpected circumstances, students will be dismissed for their safety and welfare. The same announcing procedures will be followed as stated above
School Advisory Committee (SAC)
The School Advisory Committee (SAC) is composed of teachers, parents, students and the military command. It acts as an advisory body to the Principal. Committee members and officers are elected at the beginning of each school year. The SAC provides input on school-related issues. All meetings are open to the public. Meetings will be announced in the Warrior Weekly and on Facebook (DoDEA Daegu High School).
Parent Involvement & Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO)
Parents are encouraged to participate in the education of their children. Ways for parents to volunteer include assisting teachers in specified areas, participating in school-sponsored activities, and serving on committees. In addition, please consider supporting the PTSO. Although the PTSO is a private organization, we encourage parents and students to get involved and volunteer.
The PTSO is the primary DHS organization seeking to unify Daegu parents, teachers and students. It raises and distributes money to student groups for a wide variety of activities. Call the school office to find out how you can help.
Camp Walker Korea
APO, AP 96218
DSN Phone: 764-4645
DSN Fax: 764-4926
It is the responsibility of the parents or guardians to notify the school every time a student is absent.