The Office of Education Policy and Operations (HQ) in collaboration with the Civil Rights Program developed a proposed DoDEA-wide student dress code. The proposed dress code was developed by the Civil Rights Steering Committee and if approved, will be redlined into the updated Student Rights and Responsibilities Policy (DoDEA AI 1353.01). In an effort to ensure we have wide-spread stakeholder engagement, a 30 day commenting period is being offered to allow stakeholders an opportunity to review/comment on the proposed dress code. All comments are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your assistance in this matter and we look forward to receiving your input.Email
On behalf of all those who serve our students across the DoDEA Americas, we welcome you! As part of the DoDEA reorganization, the Fort Bragg and Cuba Schools are now part of the Mid-Atlantic District. Our Fort Bragg and Cuba Community office is located at 4958 Bastogne Drive, Bldg. B-4951 and you may contact us at 910-907-0200.
We are excited about the many opportunities our students will experience this year in the classroom, during sporting and curricular events, and on study trips. DoDEA's top priority for our students is College and Career Readiness. We are committed to providing a rigorous, rich, and well-rounded educational program. This will enable our students to acquire the knowledge, habits and skills needed to attend college, enter the workforce, or join the military after high school graduation. Our priorities will be to continue the implementation of the DoDEA College and Career Ready Standards, to meet the individual needs of our students, and to support our families.
Every child must have the benefit of quality classroom instruction that prepares them for life in the 21st century. Our school communities maintain a culture of high expectations, maximizing available resources, and meeting the individual needs of all students. As parents, community members, and educators, we share a common goal - success and highest achievement for all students.
The importance of parent-teacher-community partnerships in support of students cannot be overstated. Regular school attendance correlates directly with success in academic work, improves social interaction with adults and peers, and provides a cumulative effect of establishing life-long learning. We ask that you make every attempt to ensure your child attends school each day. Coming to school on time, eating a nutritious breakfast, and getting sufficient rest are simple steps that affect academic success.
Please visit our schools and get involved. Share your suggestions and concerns with your school principal. When students see parents and community members involved in school activities, it strengthens the home-school relationship.
The administrators and teachers at Fort Bragg and Cuba Schools invite you to join us as we continue to strive toward excellence. It is an honor to serve the children of our community and their families. Together we shape the future of our nation and our world!
Donato Cuadrado, Ed. D.
Superintendent, Mid-Atlantic District
Sponsors of students transferring to Fort Bragg Schools are required to provide verification of active duty status, and proof of on-post residency before a child may be registered. Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten require a certified birth certificate before registration can be accepted. Read more about Eligibility, Age Requirements, and Registration
We are proud of the educational opportunities offered in our community. Our focus is on improving academic achievement for all students while supporting the mission of our military families. The military commands, school boards and parents provide wonderful community support to us and we feel fortunate to serve the families of our military sponsors.
We have a total of 9 schools to serve students living on Fort Bragg in grades Pre-K through 8.
Students in grades 9 - 12 and those living off post attend local county schools.
The Fort Bragg Community is part of the DoDEA Americas Mid-Atlantic District and includes the schools on the military installations of:
|Name||Position||Position Description||Phone Number|
|Marybeth Malone||Instructional Support||Special Education||910-907-0386|
|Wendy Sancho||Instructional Support||Math 6-12||910-907-0232|
|Pat Schob||Instructional Support||ELA 6-12||910-907-0397|
|Kimberly Combs||Instructional Support||Literacy PK-5||910-907-0349|
|Claudette Jones||Instructional Support||Assessment & Accountability||910-907-0396|
|Meghan Degler||Instructional Support||Educational Research||910-907-0426|
|Juliet Ramos||Instructional Support||Social Studies 6-12||910-907-0375|
|Isaac Bancroft||Instructional Support||Educational Technologist||910-907-0248|
|Dean Dibling||Instructional Support||Information Specialist||910-907-0247|
|Linda Bryant||Instructional Support||Math PK-5||910-907-0252|
|Michelle Turner||Instructional Support||Behavior||910-907-0253|
|Mohan Vaswani||Instructional Support||Science 6-12||910-907-0262|
|Jocelyn Deighton||Instructional Support||Health & PE||910-907-0254|
|John Hobbs||Instructional Support (CTE)||CTE||910-907-0392|
|Randi Kottler||Instructional Support||Science PK-5||910-907-0412|
|Celestia Riggs||Instructional Support||PPS-Counseling||910-907-0399|
|Michael Maddalena||Instructional Support||Student Management System||910-907-0324|
|Ashley Kabonick||Transportation||Transportation Specialist||910-907-0565|
|School Meals Program||School Meals Program||910-907-0271|