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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
|6th - 8th||7:50 a.m. - 2:35 p.m.||
7:50 a.m. - 1:35 p.m.
|It is the responsibility of the parents or guardians to notify the school each time a student is absent.|
Educate, Engage and Empower military-connected students to succeed in a dynamic world.
Goal: Access & Equity to Rigorous Instruction
Literacy Objective: WMS will improve students’ abilities to communicate/demonstrate their understanding of the College and Career Readiness Standards for Literacy as measured by performance on the DoDEA CCR Summative Assessment, with an annual increase of 5% per year, to reach a 10% improvement in those meeting or exceeding the performance expectation by June 2022.
Math Objective: WMS will improve student proficiency with demonstrating mathematical modeling and reasoning skills through the implementation of College and Career Readiness Standards for Mathematics as measured by performance on the DoDEA CCR Summative Assessment, with an annual increase of 5% per year, to reach a 10% improvement in those meeting or exceeding the performance expectation by June 2022.