Ms. Sutherland has announced that our seniors and staff are beginning the planning process to prepare for in-person or virtual proposals for graduation. While we don't know the circumstances or possible limitations we may encounter in June, we are developing plans for each proposal at this time. We welcome suggestions from our Devilpup Seniors and Devilpup Senior Families. We will be accepting ideas and suggestions through February. Ms. Sutherland respectfully requests ideas and suggestions be submitted by email to the following email address Brian.Snoddy@dodea.edu.Email
All potential Devilpup Men’s and Women’s Golf, Men’s Tennis and Softball Athletes will need a sports physical and current medical history form turned in to Athletic Trainer Lisa Beavers prior to starting conditioning. Conditioning is tentatively scheduled to begin on Feb. 1st. In addition, one parent/guardian will need to sign-up and attend the Mandatory DoDEA and NCHSAA Athletic Guidelines and Concussion meeting scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 27th, 2021 and Wednesday, Feb. 3rd, 2021, at 6pm in the gymnasium. If you have already attended a meeting this school year, you do not need to attend a second meeting for the school year.
Parents/Guardians must sign up to reserve a seat to attend by contacting Athletic Director Debra Bryant by email, Debra.Bryant@dodea.edu. Each session will be limited to 44 total participants and will only be for the sports of Men’s and Women’s Golf, Men’s Tennis and Softball at this time. If your chosen session is full you will receive a return email from AD Bryant to reschedule for the next meeting. Face masks are required to enter the building and attend the meeting. Athletes should not attend due to limited seating. Please sign up early.
A meeting will be scheduled at a later date for Baseball, Men’s and Women’s Track, and Women’s Tennis.Email
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We will provide an exemplary education that inspires and prepares all DoDEA students for success in a dynamic, global environment.
Educate, Engage, and Empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.
To be among the world's leaders in education, enriching the lives of military-connected students and the communities in which they live.
The Lejeune High School mascot is the "Devilpup" after the proud Marine Corps "Devildog" history earned at the Battle of Belleau Wood in World War I. The Germans named the marines "Teufel Hunden" for their courage and fighting ability.