If you are having trouble with your user name or password to access your digital content, please contact the school ET. Any other questions or concerns, please contact the school at the number to the right.
Faith family, please use the following "Support with Educational Continuity" form to request technical assistance with any of your school accounts or with a DoDEA issued computer. Please be aware that you must log in with your student's Google account to access the form. This is to support parents, students and staff members.
We are happy to announce extended free meal services through Tuesday, June 30th, excluding Memorial Day.
For meal assistance after June 30th, the USDA has provided the following website for the public to locate meals locally. Please go to www.summerfoodrocks.org to find a site near you!
Meals will continue to be offered Monday –Friday from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Lunch for one day and breakfast for the next day will be distributed at the same time.
We will distribute meals while you remain in your vehicle. Children may also walk to the pick-up site to receive meals without a parent present, as appropriate. As a reminder, students nor parents will have access to the school building during meal pick up.
All 5 components of the lunch meal and 4 breakfast items will be served in accordance with USDA nutrition and meal pattern requirements. Menus may be found on the School Meals Program page of your school’s website at https://www.dodea.edu/.
Ms. Cathy Holmes will coordinate the implementation of any meal accommodations. She may be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 706-545-8266.
We hope you have enjoyed the free meals provided by DoDEA Southeast District at Fort Benning. I know that our staff have enjoyed serving you and look forward to seeing you in the new school year!
|School Hours||Regular Hours||Tuesday Hours|
|Office Hours||7:00 am - 3:30 pm||7:00 am - 3:30 pm|
|Teachers||7:35 am - 3:05 pm||7:35 am - 3:05 pm|
|Students||7:45 am - 2:55 pm||7:45 am - 1:40 pm|
Tuesdays are Early Release days
All students in 6th grade math and Algebra I will increase achievement in Mathematics
on the CCRS Summative Assessment from 30% “Meets and Exceeds” in SY 18-19 to
38% “Meets and Exceeds” in SY 20-21.
All students in Grade 6 will increase achievement in Mathematics on the CCRS Summative
Assessment from 23% in SY 18-19 on a 5 category rating scale in Performance
Levels 4 &5 (Major Content) to 31% in SY 20-21.
The percentage of all 7th grade students scoring proficient or higher in mathematics
in the area of Expressions and Equations will increase from 58% to 66% by the end of
school year 20-21 as measured by Edulastic End of Module assessments administered.
All students in Algebra 1 performing at levels 4 and 5 will increase achievement on the Algebra
CCRS Summative Assessment from 47% to in SY 18-19 in subclaim Supporting Content” to 55% in SY 20-21. Of all students in Math 8, 80% will achieve a level 3 or higher as measured on Math CCRS Summative Assessment for SY 20-21.
All students in Grades 6-8 will increase achievement in the overall average in Performance
Levels 4 & 5 Met or Exceeded in Literacy from 59% in SY 19-20 to 67% in SY 20-21.
All students in Grade 6 will increase achievement in Literacy on the CCRS Summative
Assessment from 51% in SY 18-19 on a 5 category rating scale in Performance Levels 4 &
5 (Literary Text) to 56% in SY 20-21.
All students in Grade 7 will increase achievement in Literacy on the CCRS Summative
Assessment from 53% in SY 18-19 in Performance Levels 4 & 5 (Reading for Information)
to 58% in SY 20-21.
All students in Grade 8 will increase achievement in Literacy on the CCRS Summative Assessment from 68% in SY 18-19 in Performance levels 4 & 5 in (Written Expression) to 76% by school year 20-21.