OKINAWA, JAPAN — June 21, 2019 — The Pacific Region announces that Mr. Jim Journey has been selected as District Superintendent of Schools for the DoDEA Pacific South District (Okinawa and Guam) starting the 2019-2020 school year. He currently serves as the Community Superintendent of the DoDEA Pacific South District’s Guam Field Office.
Ms. Lois Rapp, Department of Defense Education Activity Pacific Director for Student Excellence, is pleased to announce the selection of Ms. Gail Wiley as the Pacific South District’s Guam Community Superintendent.
Sure Start is a Department of Defense Education Activity program for command-sponsored children stationed at overseas installations. If you’re a qualifying military family, it could be a great fit for your child.
Supporting a child’s education is one of your most important responsibilities. By cultivating a love of learning and knowledge at a young age, you can set up your child for success. Here are some strategies to help you build a foundation of learning for your child.
Whether you are considering going back to school, your 5-year-old is starting kindergarten, or your 20-year-old is heading back to college, an education consultant at Military OneSource can ease back-to-school transitions.
As summer draws to a close, it’s time to look ahead to the approaching school year. Preventive services, routine immunizations, and health screenings are the best ways to make sure your kids are healthy and ready to hit the books.
First of all, I'd like to say thank you very much for the Fourth of July fireworks. It really means alot to me, because I know that it was very expensive, and I thank you again for doing this much for us.
Here are some specifics about the Department of Defense Education Activity's plan to tweak staffing standards, consolidate classes with low attendance and shed more than 300 “excess” positions. The move was intended to free up funds for school needs such as infrastructure from a budget top-heavy with payroll expenses. The cuts will take...
The Yongsan library held their summer reading program kick-off event today, June 18 at 1100. There were variety of activites for kids and parents to get involved such as making a wooden house, art bottles, face painting and more.