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Government Shutdown is Over
Since a budget extension has been passed by Congress and signed by the President, the furlough has ended and all DoDEA employees should report to work on their regular schedules.

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Charlie Council named as Acting Mid-Atlantic Superintendent
Dr. Judith Minor, the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Americas Director, has named Mr. Charlie Council to a temporary appointment effective January 7 as the acting District Superintendent for the Mid-Atlantic.

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Wilson Selected as Principal at Scott Middle School in Kentucky
Dr. Youlanda Washington, the Kentucky Community Superintendent for the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Americas, has named Mrs. Theresa Wilson as the principal of Scott Middle School at Fort Knox, Kentucky starting January 8, 2018.

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DoDEA Teacher of the Year Selected as a Finalist for 2018 National Teacher of the Year
The Department of Defense Education Activity’s 2018 Teacher of the Year Ms. Kara Ball was selected today by the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) as one of the four finalists for the 2018 National Teacher of the Year.

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Americas Schools

2017 KY New Era Scholars

2017 KY New Era Scholars

Fort Campbell High School Students won top awards in two of eight disciplines at the 2017Kentucky New Era Scholars Ceremony. FCHS took awards in English and Fine Arts. Read More

Europe Schools

Stuttgart HS students win national video contest

Stuttgart HS students win national video contest

SHS students, Bradley Taylor (SHS’17) and Carter Bailey (SHS’17), endeavored to tell the incredible story of Mr. Carson’s time in the military. Read More

Pacific Schools

Kadena Middle School cap it off to save world

Kadena Middle School cap it off to save world

Kadena Middle School National Junior Honor Society, or NJHS, students are saving the world one bottle cap at a time. Bottle caps, which are created with a different variety of petroleum in order to sustain pressure, cannot be wholly recycled. Read More

People of DoDEA

The people who work for the Department of Defense Education Activity are the heart and soul of this organization. Their diverse backgrounds and experiences are the fabric that make up the rich tapestry known as DoDEA. And we think it's time their stories were shared. Our new series, The People of DoDEA , is an ongoing compilation of videos highlighting DoDEA employees and their stories.


As we celebrate Military Family Appreciation Month, we highlight veterans and military-connected individuals throughout the DoDEA system. Air Force veteran Janine Smith shares her journey of entering the military and the lessons she has learned.

Stuttgart Elementary teacher and former Army Medic, Nhadia Guzman shares her experiences in the military and the lessons she imparts to her students.

As we celebrate Military Family Appreciation Month, we highlight veterans and military-connected individuals throughout the DoDEA system. Kubasaki High School JROTC Instructor Sgt. Maj. Brent Cook shares his love of teaching at Kubasaki High School and the JROTC Program.

As we celebrate Military Family Appreciation Month, we highlight veterans and military-connected individuals throughout the DoDEA system. DoDEA Web Specialist Chris Erskine shares his story as a rescue helicopter pilot in the Navy.

As the Special Education Teacher for Antilles Middle School in Puerto Rico, Menchi Veray believes all children can learn. She infuses technology into her curriculum, because she believes by providing her students with the right tools, they will someday make a better world.

As we celebrate Military Family Appreciation Month, we highlight veterans and military-connected individuals throughout the DoDEA system. Ramstein High School Principal Sharon O'Donnell shares her story as a daughter of one soldier and the wife of another.