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Welcome to Yokosuka MS!
Dragon P.R.I.D.E.

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the official Yokosuka Middle School website. Our goal is to provide current and relevant information about our school to the military families we serve today and those we look forward to welcoming to our campus in the future. Our purpose is to Empower Everyone to Engage in Education.

SY 2022-2023: First Day of School

The First Day of School for students will be Monday, August 22nd with the exception of Andersen ES, Andersen MS and E. J. King HS which will start on Wednesday, August 24th.




Yokosuka MS School Hours

Tuesdays are Early Release days

  Regular Hours Tuesday Hours
Office Hours

0700 - 1600
(Closed on Federal Holidays

 
School Hours 0735 - 1420 0735 - 1320
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DoDEA Pacific Return to School SY 2022-23

DoDEA Pacific Return to School SY 2022-23

July 25, 2022 As parents and students prepare for the start of the 2022-2023 school year, the DoDEA Pacific Director wanted to provide an update on the progress DoDEA has made to safely and effectively implement teaching and learning this coming school year.
Parent Resource, Student Resource
Back to School SY 22-23
Yokosuka MS

School Address
PSC 473, BOX 128
CFA Yokosuka
FPO, AP 96349-0128
Yokosuka, Japan
Phone: 046-816-5165
Fax: 046-816-5563
DSN Phone: 315-243-5165
DSN Fax: 315-243-5563
From US: 011-81-46-816-5165
From the US Fax: 011-81-46-816-5563

DoDEA Mission

Educate, Engage and Empower military-connected students to succeed in a dynamic world.

DoDEA Vision

Excellence in Education for Every Student, Every Day, Everywhere.

Yokosuka MS Purpose Statement

Empowering Everyone to Engage in Education

Guiding Principles

Yokosuka Middle School Faculty and Staff believe all students are entitled to learn in a safe, positive and supportive environment allowing all to reach their highest academic and behavioral success. Classroom and school-wide expectations for behavior are based on our guiding principles. The five principles and supporting characteristics are based on the acronym P.R.I.D.E. The principles and characteristics are:

P - Preparation - Be prepared with materials, mindset and a positive attitude to participate fully.

R - Responsibility - Be responsible for my learning and the learning of those around me.

Behave and speak in a manner that demonstrates respect to other student, staff and visitors.
Be punctual to each class and designated activity.
Have and maintain the student planner

I - Integrity - Do the right thing even when no one is watching.

Be accountable for my actions and the consequences that follow.
Respect intellectual property rights when completing all assignments.
Respect the cultural diversity of our student body and host nation.
Respect personal property of others and public property of the school.

D - Diligence - Exhibit a willingness to do my best and never give up in all tasks.

Set behavior and academic goals.
Show effort and try even when the task is difficult.
Exhibit persistence and dedication to all tasks to achieve the end results.

E - Excellence - Push myself to achieve excellence in all I do!

All students should follow examples of behaviors promoted by the guiding principles at ALL times, including before school, at dismissal and all school sponsored events and trips. Dragon behavior represents the whole school as well as visitors in the host nation.

Yokosuka MS Goals

Yokosuka Middle School will improve student achievement by emphasizing 21st Century Critical Skills of (1) Collaboration Across Networks and Learning By Influence (2) Creativity and Innovation (3) Communication and (4) Critical Thinking and Problem Solving.

CSI Leadership Meeting Schedule

Yokosuka MS CSI Leadership meets at 1500 every other Thursday during the school year.

Accreditation and Awards

Yokosuka MS is accredited by Cognia

School Improvement Plan