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Fort Campbell Schools

New Principal Named at Fort Campbell High School

New Principal Named at Fort Campbell High School

June 01, 2020 Dr. Christy Huddleston, the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Southeast District Superintendent, has selected Dr. Thomas Whittle as the new Fort Campbell High School principal at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
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DoDEA Teachers Miss Their Students

DoDEA Teachers Miss Their Students

May 22, 2020 DoDEA teachers from around the system miss their students and have created innovative ways of staying connected with their students during the global pandemic.
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Josh Adams Named New Kentucky Community Superintendent

Josh Adams Named New Kentucky Community Superintendent

May 14, 2020 Dr. Christy Huddleston, the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Americas Southeast District Superintendent, has named Mr. Josh Adams as the Kentucky Community Superintendent.
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New Student Registration

New Student Registration will begin June 8, 2020

Please visit the DORS page to register your students.

If students are registered on-line, the required documents must be brought to the school office to complete the registration process, please contact the school to arrange a time.

Paper Registration Packets are available upon request – Please contact the school to make an appointment.


Welcome from the Community Superintendent, KY Community

Youlanda Cumings Washington is the Kentucky Community Superintendent, responsible for the Fort Campbell and Fort Knox Schools. Dr. Washington, a graduate of Fort Knox High School, counts it an honor and a privilege to serve the military-connected students, parents and staff of the Kentucky Community Schools at Fort Campbell and Ft Knox.

Dr. Washington’s education includes a Bachelor of Science degree, a Master’s of Arts and a Rank I from Western Kentucky University. In 2002, she earned her Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) from University of Louisville. In 2004, she was awarded the Morphet Dissertation Award for the Outstanding Dissertation of the Year. Dr. Washington’s dissertation, titled “Women in School Leadership: A Study of Female Superintendents in Kentucky,” focused on the role of a superintendent and the role of women in leadership.

Dr. Washington began her career as a sixth grade teacher at Macdonald Middle School, where she taught for 16 years and served as the speech and debate coach. In 1992, she became principal of Pierce Elementary School at Fort Knox. In 2003, she was selected by the Kentucky Department of Education to serve in the Kentucky Minority Superintendent Internship program as an assistant superintendent in Oldham County Schools, Buckner, Kentucky. Dr. Washington returned to Fort Knox in 2004 as the principal of Macdonald Intermediate School. In 2013, she was transferred to Scott Middle School, where she served as principal.

In addition to [43-?] years of experience as a teacher and administrator, Dr. Washington has several publications to her credit. She has authored several articles related to quality management and quality leadership and produced educational videos focused on cooperative learning. Her publications have been presented at the American Educational Research Association (AREA) conferences and published in the Journal of Women in Educational Leadership.

Dr. Washington is married to Joe I. Washington, Jr. They have two sons and one daughter-in-law, Joe (Tisha) and Kevin, and three grandchildren. She enjoys writing and, in addition to her educational publications, has authored several books.

Fort Campbell Schools

The mission of Fort Campbell Schools, as a world-class organization serving all eligible children equally, is to produce individuals who have developed and refined the skills of acquiring knowledge, processing information, identifying and solving problems, experimenting, collaborating and communicating;we will accomplish this through a facilitative and interactive learning environment that nurtures the physical, social, emotional, aesthetic, and intellectual domains.

For SY 2017-18, we will have a total of 6 schools: 4 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 1 high school.

List of housing areas served by each school.

Zoning for Hammond Heights

School Times

Grade Range Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri Tuesday
Pre-Kindergarten (AM) 8:30 am - 11:15 am 8:30 am - 11:15 am
Pre-Kindergarten (PM) 12:15 pm - 3:15 pm 12:15 pm - 2:00 pm
Elementary Schools 8:30 am - 3:15 pm 8:30 am - 2:00 pm
Middle Schools 7:25 am - 2:35 pm 7:25 am - 1:20 pm
High School 7:25 am - 2:35 pm 7:25 am - 1:20 pm

Sports

Fort Campbell High School is the only school that offers a sports program.  Our middle schools do not offer organized sports.  However, the post Youth Services offers many quality sports programs for younger children.

 


Recent News

Mahaffey Minute Newsletter May 2019

May 07, 2019
Monthly newsletter for May 2019 Read More


A Friendship born in War: Carentan students visit Fort Campbell

March 19, 2019
The 101st Airborne Division, as we know it today, stems from World War II. Nearly eight decades ago, Nazi forces occupied Carentan, a small city in northern France. The 101st Airborne Division had one mission on June 6, 1944 – liberate Carentan. Read More


DoDEA Americas Announces the 2020 Southeast District Teacher of the Year

February 22, 2019
The Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Americas Region proudly announces that Ms. Alysia Durham, a math teacher at Fort Campbell High School at Fort Campbell, Kentucky has been selected as the 2020 Southeast District Teacher of the Year. Read More


PHOTOS – Fort Campbell Boys’ Basketball Senior Night

February 14, 2019
Fort Campbell wrapped up the home portion of their schedule Thursday against Trigg County and honored their seniors. Here is a Senior Night gallery. Read More


SPOTLIGHT ATHLETE – Jasmine Ward

February 08, 2019
Jasmine Ward is an athlete in every form of the word. The Fort Campbell senior is an all-district performer on the soccer field for the Lady Falcons and has taken that athleticism to the wrestling mat. Read More


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The SC/Ft. Stewart Community is part of the DoDEA Americas Southeast District and is made up of DoDEA schools located on the military installations of:

The Community Superintendent's Office (CSO) is located on the Fort Stewart installation.

Community Contacts
Name Position Phone Number Location
Facilities 270-640-1216 Fort Campbell Schools
Assistant Principal 270-640-1219 Fort Campbell Schools
ISS 270-439-1927 Ext. 5022 Fort Campbell Schools
ISS 270-439-1927 Ext. 5023 Fort Campbell Schools
ISS 270-439-1927 Ext. 5020 Fort Campbell Schools
Math ISS 270-439-1927 Ext. 5008 Fort Campbell Schools
School Athletic Director 270-640-1219 Fort Campbell Schools
School Food Services 270-640-1211 Fort Campbell Schools
School Liaison Officer (SLO) 270-640-1219 Fort Campbell Schools
School Meals Program 270-640-1233 Fort Campbell Schools
School Support Assistant 270-640-1219 Fort Campbell Schools
Speech-Language Pathologist 270-640-1219 Fort Campbell Schools
Community Transportation Office Transportation (270) 439-1927 Fort Campbell Schools

Fort CAMPBELL Community Schools

Barkley ES


Principal

School Address
177 Gorgas Avenue
Ft. Campbell, KY 42223-1900
Phone: 270-640-1205

Andre Lucas ES


Principal

School Address
2115 Airborne St
Fort Campbell, KY 42223-5387
Phone: 270-640-1208
Fax: 931-431-5842

Barsanti ES


Principal

School Address
7409 Mcauliffe Loop
Fort Campbell, KY 42223-6025
Phone: 270-640-1213
Fax: 931-431-0519

Ft. Campbell HS


Principal

School Address
912 Carentan Road
Fort Campbell, KY 42223-5133
Phone: 270-640-1219
Fax: 931-431-9386

Mahaffey MS


Principal

School Address
71 South Carolina Ave
Fort Campbell, KY 42223-5134
Phone: 270-640-1215
Fax: 270-439-3472

Marshall ES


Principal

School Address
70 Texas Ave
Fort Campbell, KY 42223-5127
Phone: 270-640-1214