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2017-Total-Solar-Eclipse
On Monday, August 21, 2017, a total eclipse of the Sun will be visible in the continental United States for the first time in almost 40 years. A total eclipse is when the Sun is completely hidden by the Moon, the sky becomes dark, and the Sun’s faint atmosphere (corona) becomes visible—looking like a beautiful halo.

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Dr. Judith A. Minor Selected to Serve as Associate Director for Performance and Accountability and Director of Student Excellence for DoDEA Americas
Thomas M. Brady, Director, Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA), announced today the selection of Dr. Judith A. Minor as the new Associate Director for Performance and Accountability and Director of Student Excellence for DoDEA Americas.

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The Many Places of DoDEA
For 70 years DoDEA has grown and changed in many different ways. Yet, our goal has always been the same, providing a state of the art education for those students that pass through our doors. Watch our latest DoDEA animation as we take you from our beginnings in Quonset hut classrooms to our modern 21st century schools.

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DoDEA 70th Anniversary
The Department of Defense Education activity is celebrating 70 years of existence.

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Americas Schools

Special Guests Visit FRES at the Village

Special Guests Visit FRES at the Village

We were very honored to host the Honorable Ryan McCarthy Acting Secretary of the Army, Col. Brian Walsh and Congresswoman Martha Roby at the Village on Wednesday, August 16th. Read More

Europe Schools

Stuttgart HS students win national video contest

Stuttgart HS students win national video contest

SHS students, Bradley Taylor (SHS’17) and Carter Bailey (SHS’17), endeavored to tell the incredible story of Mr. Carson’s time in the military. Read More

Pacific Schools

Kadena Middle School cap it off to save world

Kadena Middle School cap it off to save world

Kadena Middle School National Junior Honor Society, or NJHS, students are saving the world one bottle cap at a time. Bottle caps, which are created with a different variety of petroleum in order to sustain pressure, cannot be wholly recycled. Read More