Department of Defense Education Activity

Fort Bragg/Cuba Community

Ft. Bragg Child Find Screenings

Interested in learning if your child's development is appropriate for his or her age? Make an appointment now for a free screening available to military family members from birth through 5 years of age.

Contact Cheryl Burns, Family Intervention Services Specialist, at 910-907-7048 or 910-824-0962 to schedule an appointment.

You and your child will meet with a developmental specialist who will 1) screen your child, 2) answer your questions, and 3) discuss results with you. It will take about 60-75 minutes, and a parent must be present. Appointment dates and times: 

  • LINDEN OAKS COMMUNITY
    Morales School Age Center
    Tuesday, November 2, 2021
    8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
     
  • MAIN POST COMMUNITY
    Community Superintendent's Office
    (Located at the old Butner School)
    Wednesday, November 3, 2021
    11:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Child Find Screening


Flu Clinic 2021

Fort Bragg Flu CLinic 2021


Proposed DoDEA Dress Code

Thank you for providing input on the proposed DoDEA-wide student dress code. The commenting period has ended; however, the mailbox will remain open until October 29, 2021.

DoDEA appreciates the many comments that have been submitted.  This a great start to our working together to establish a DoDEA-wide dress code.  As the next step in this process, Education Policy and Operations Division (EdOps) in collaboration with the Civil Rights Program will present your feedback to the DoDEA Civil Rights Steering Group (CRSG) for consideration.  

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School Bus Safety Week

School Bus Safety Week

October 18, 2021 National School Bus Safety Week, held during the third full week of October each year, focuses on the importance of school bus safety. The theme is, "Be Safe; Know the Danger Zone."
Teacher of the Year Nominations

Teacher of the Year Nominations

October 17, 2021 Do you know a teacher who has had a positive impact on your child, your child's school, or your community? Nominate them for Teacher of the Year. Nominations are open until November 30, 2021.
Academic
DoDEA Celebrates New, Modern School  and 90 Years of Education at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

DoDEA Celebrates New, Modern School and 90 Years of Education at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

September 30, 2021 The Department of Defense Education Activity will celebrate a new school at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba on October 7.
PressRoom
Bullying Prevention Month

Bullying Prevention Month

September 29, 2021 DoDEA actively acknowledges National Bullying Prevention month in October in order to help educate and raise awareness of bullying prevention.
Observances
School Health Services

School Health Services

September 28, 2021 DoDEA School Health Services aims to optimize learning by fostering student wellness. Learn about School Nurses, Student Immunization Requirements, Medication at School, Chronic and Acute Health Conditions, First Aid, and more.
Students and Staff
Community Superintendent's Corner

Greetings!

On behalf of all those who serve our students across the DoDEA Americas, we welcome you! As part of the DoDEA reorganization, the Fort Bragg and Cuba Schools are now part of the Mid-Atlantic District. Our Fort Bragg and Cuba Community office is located at 4958 Bastogne Drive, Bldg. B-4951 and you may contact us at 910-907-0200.

We are excited about the many opportunities our students will experience this year in the classroom, during sporting and curricular events, and on study trips. DoDEA's top priority for our students is College and Career Readiness. We are committed to providing a rigorous, rich, and well-rounded educational program. This will enable our students to acquire the knowledge, habits and skills needed to attend college, enter the workforce, or join the military after high school graduation. Our priorities will be to continue the implementation of the DoDEA College and Career Ready Standards, to meet the individual needs of our students, and to support our families.

Every child must have the benefit of quality classroom instruction that prepares them for life in the 21st century. Our school communities maintain a culture of high expectations, maximizing available resources, and meeting the individual needs of all students. As parents, community members, and educators, we share a common goal - success and highest achievement for all students.

The importance of parent-teacher-community partnerships in support of students cannot be overstated. Regular school attendance correlates directly with success in academic work, improves social interaction with adults and peers, and provides a cumulative effect of establishing life-long learning. We ask that you make every attempt to ensure your child attends school each day. Coming to school on time, eating a nutritious breakfast, and getting sufficient rest are simple steps that affect academic success.

Please visit our schools and get involved. Share your suggestions and concerns with your school principal. When students see parents and community members involved in school activities, it strengthens the home-school relationship.

The administrators and teachers at Fort Bragg and Cuba Schools invite you to join us as we continue to strive toward excellence. It is an honor to serve the children of our community and their families. Together we shape the future of our nation and our world!

Sincerely,
Donato Cuadrado, Ed. D.

Superintendent, Mid-Atlantic District
DoDEA Americas

 

Information for PCSing Families

Transferring to Fort Bragg Schools

Sponsors of students transferring to Fort Bragg Schools are required to provide verification of active duty status, and proof of on-post residency before a child may be registered. Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten require a certified birth certificate before registration can be accepted. Read more about Eligibility, Age Requirements, and Registration

Tips for PCSing with a school age child

  • Notify the current school of your move and give them the address of the gaining school if you know it.
  • Keep the address of the current school to give to your child's new school so they can formally request copies of your child's records.
  • Find out when school starts and arrange any summer vacation around the start date. Note information at the bottom of the District Calendar regarding "Early Promotion Date".
  • Keep your child informed about what you find out about the new school and any activities offered.
  • Talk to your child about any concerns he/she has about the new school, required courses, extra curricular activities, making new friends and keeping in touch with old friends.
  • Hand carry the following paperwork: Shot records, copy of last report card, IEP (if your child has one), birth certificate, social security card, any custody paperwork and the receiving school will request official school records from previous enrollment.
  • Register your student as soon as you determine the school he/she will attend.
  • Keep all paperwork away from the packers!! Put them in their own folder or envelope in a suitcase or bag you are hand carrying. Some people put the items they hand carry in a locked room or closet, in their car, or at a neighbor's home so the movers don't accidentally pack them.
  • Create a student portfolio-Important for middle and high school students. Has your child volunteered for activities at school?...ask for a letter of recommendation from the activity advisor. Has your student participated in JROTC or sports? Ask for a letter from the coach or teacher. Keep these to give to the new school in place of tryouts if possible, or use for college admission and scholarship applications. Better to get the letters while the teachers still remember your child and the accomplishments they have made, than to wait until graduation and trying to get applications together to send.

Fort Bragg Schools

We are proud of the educational opportunities offered in our community. Our focus is on improving academic achievement for all students while supporting the mission of our military families. The military commands, school boards and parents provide wonderful community support to us and we feel fortunate to serve the families of our military sponsors.

We have a total of 9 schools to serve students living on Fort Bragg in grades Pre-K through 8.

Students in grades 9 - 12 and those living off post attend local county schools.

About Fort Bragg Schools

The Fort Bragg Community is part of the DoDEA Americas Mid-Atlantic District and includes the schools on the military installations of:

Community Contacts
Name Position Position Description Phone Number
Secretary 910-907-0200
Instructional Systems Specialist 910-907-0254
Instructional Systems Specialist 910-907-0392
Instructional Systems Specialist 910-907-0412
Instructional Systems Specialist 910-907-0399
Instructional Systems Specialist (Fort Bragg, Cuba, Puerto Rico) 910-907-0324
Instructional Systems Specialist (Fort Bragg, Cuba, NY/VA) 910-907-0232
Instructional Systems Specialist (Fort Bragg, Cuba, NY/VA) 910-907-0397
Instructional Systems Specialist (Fort Bragg, Cuba, NY/VA) 910-907-0349
Instructional Systems Specialist 910-907-0200
Instructional Systems Specialist 910-907-0200
(Fort Bragg, Cuba) 910-907-0200
Instructional Systems Specialist 910-907-0426
Instructional Systems Specialist 910-907-0375
Instructional Systems Specialist
Instructional Systems Specialist
Instructional Systems Specialist
Instructional Systems Specialist
Instructional Systems Specialist
Instructional Systems Specialist 910-907-0248
Instructional Systems Specialist 910-907-0247
Instructional Systems Specialist (Fort Bragg, Cuba) 910-907-0386
Instructional Systems Specialist (Fort Bragg, Cuba) 910-907-0252
Instructional Systems Specialist 910-907-0253
Instructional Systems Specialist 910-907-0262
Transportation Transportation 910 907-0565
Transportation Transportation Specialist 910-907-0565
School Meals Program 910-907-0271

FORT BRAGG/CUBA COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

Fort Bragg Schools

Albritton MS


Principal

School Address
Normandy Drive Bldg 4-3331
Fort Bragg, NC 28307
Phone: 910-907-0201
From US: 910-907-0201

Bowley ES


Principal

School Address
3445 Randolph Street Bldg 1-3479
Fort Bragg, NC 28307-0089
Phone: 910-907-0202
Fax: 910-907-3513

Devers ES


Principal

School Address
3355 Varsity Street Bldg 9-5536
Fort Bragg, NC 28307-0089
Phone: 910-907-0204
Fax: 910-396-7374

Gordon ES


Principal

School Address
4200 Percy Blvd Bldg L-6323
Cameron, NC 28326
Phone: 910-907-1300
Fax: 910-908-3504

Hampton PS


Principal

School Address
4503 Honeycutt Road Bldg #B-7757
Fort Bragg, NC 28307
Phone: 910-907-0205
Fax: 910-908-1190

Irwin IS


Principal

School Address
P.O. Box 70089
Fort Bragg, NC 28307-0089
Phone: 910-907-0206
Fax: 910-907-1247

Street Address
91 Rhine Road Bldg: B-6138
Fort Bragg, NC 28307-0089

Poole ES


Principal

School Address
3561 Percy Blvd/Bldg L-8101
Cameron, NC 28326
Phone: 910-907-0209

Shughart ES


Principal

School Address
4780 Camel Road Bldg L1017
Cameron, NC 28326
Phone: 910-907-0210
Fax: 910-643-0162

Shughart MS


Principal

School Address
4800 Camel Road Bldg L1017
Cameron, NC 28326
Phone: 910-907-0211

Cuba Schools

W.T. Sampson E/HS


Principal

School Address
PSC 1005 Box 49
FPO, AE 09593-0005
Phone: 757-458-3500