Department of Defense Education Activity

MC Perry High School

Authorized Departures due to COVID-19

Authorized Departures due to COVID-19

The Department of State (DOS) has approved an Authorized Departure from foreign areas to include Department of Defense (DoD) civilian employees -- and/or other eligible family members (EFMs) who may need to accompany them - who have determined they are at higher risk of a poor outcome if exposed to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. The first case in the United States was announced on January 21, 2020. There are ongoing investigations to learn more.
Assessment Updates for COVID-19 Impacted Schools

Assessment Updates for COVID-19 Impacted Schools

The CCRS Summative Assessment and Alternate Assessment have been canceled for spring 2020. You can find more information and updates here.
DoDEA Response to Coronavirus

DoDEA Response to Coronavirus

DoDEA Director Mr. Tom Brady speaks about DoDEA's response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 Prevention & Tips

COVID-19 Prevention & Tips

"COVID-19 Prevention & Tips" is an informative slideshow for detection and prevention of the COVID-19 (coronavirus).

MC Perry HS Hours and Schedules

Tuesdays are Early Release days

  Regular Hours Tuesday Hours
Office Hours 0730 - 1530  
School Hours 0745 - 1430 0745 - 1325
Bell Schedule (A or B) Days
1st Block 0745 - 0915 0745 - 0855
2nd Block 0920 - 1045 0900 - 1010
Lunch 1045 - 1130  
3rd Block 1135-1300 1015 - 1125
Early Release Lunch   1125 - 1210
4th Block 1305-1430 1215-1325
     

The Month of the Military Child

Teen Dating Violence
Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month
Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM) is held throughout the month of February as a way to bring together teens and those who support them in a national effort to raise awareness to teen dating violence.  Teen dating violence can be physical, emotional, or sexual, and includes stalking. It can occur in person or electronically, which includes texting, social media, and other online applications. Organizations and schools throughout the USA put forth efforts to raise awareness every February to make a difference to end dating violence before it gets started.
As a way to build solidarity and support around teen dating abuse, this year, theme is #1Thing, “One Thing” or “Hashtag One Thing,” This year campaign is focused on meeting teens where they are, learning one thing about teen dating violence and starting a conversation with teens about healthy relationships in efforts of ending dating abuse.
According to loveisrespect.org, 2020, “Dating abuse is a pattern of destructive behaviors used to exert power and control over a dating partner. While we define dating violence as a pattern, that doesn’t mean the first instance of abuse is not dating violence. It just recognizes that dating violence usually involves a series of abusive behaviors of a course of time.”
Teen dating violence is more common than we would like to believe. It is projected that one in three teens in the U.S. will experience physical, sexual, or emotional abuse by someone they are in a relationship with before they become adults. And nearly half (43%) of college women report experiencing violent and abusive dating behaviors.
So for the month of February, let’s unify our voices about teen dating violence and raise collective awareness about related issues at hand.

From Around DoDEA

The Month of the Military Child

The Month of the Military Child

March 31, 2020 DoDEA joins the Department of Defense and the military community in honoring military families and their children for the sacrifices they make and the challenges they overcome.
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