DoDEA HQ Office of Communications

4800 Mark Center Dr.
Alexandria, VA 22350-1400

The DoDEA Communications Office initiates and manages DoDEA's communications and outreach efforts worldwide. The office coordinates press relations, internal information programs and communication with students, parents, teachers, school administrators and the public.

The HQ Communications Office:

Issues news releases and media advisories about DoDEA initiatives, employees and programs Produces video and television promotional and informational products marketed worldwide Maintains the DoDEA web site Designs printed promotional and informational material and graphic artwork to accompany publications, promotions and initiatives

Area Communications Offices:

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 | DoDEA Antilles HS | HQ Feature
Whittle Named Antilles High School Principal

Dr. Thomas Whittle has been named principal of Antilles High School, at Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico, in the New York/Virginia/Puerto Rico District.

Thursday, March 21, 2013 | DoDEA Antilles HS | HQ Feature
Antilles High School Student, Teacher Chosen to Attend History Institute

AHS junior Charlyne Cuyar and her history teacher, Ms. Yanira Borges have been selected as one of 15 teacher-student teams who will participate in this year’s Albert H. Small Student/Teacher Institute.

Thursday, July 26, 2012 | DoDEA Puerto Rico Schools |
Balilo Named Assistant Superintendent of New York/Virginia/Puerto Rico District

Mrs. Helen Balilo has been named assistant superintendent for the New York, Virginia, Puerto Rico District. She will reside in Puerto Rico.

Monday, June 4, 2012 | DoDEA Ramey |
Ramey School Receives National Recognition

Ramey School is being honored for outstanding achievement by The GLOBE Program for successful completion of the National Science Foundation (NSF) funded From Learning to Research (L2R) project.

Sunday, April 22, 2012 | DoDEA Antilles HS | HQ Feature
Antilles Senior Places in Junior Science, Humanities Symposium

AHS Senior Joy Ortiz has earned an expense-paid trip to Nationals in San Diego and a $1,000 scholarship for placing 3rd in the Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium.