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Welcome to Devers Elementary


Home of the Devers Dolphins
Proud Member of Fort Bragg Schools

Devers Vision: Learn Today ~ Lead Tomorrow!



Principal: Dr. Diane Brown

School Hours:
Mon, Tues, Thur, & Fri:
8:20am - 2:50pm
Wed: 8:20am - 1:55pm

Devers Dolphin with Dr. Seuss hat


Bldg 9-5536
One Varsity Dr.
Fort Bragg, NC. 28307

Phone: 910-907-0204
Fax: 910-396-7374
Email: Click here

Dates To Remember

**In case of inclement weather, please refer to One-Call Now phone calls, local news or radio, or the
Fort Bragg District website for additional news regarding cancellations, delays, early releases **

April is the Month of the Military Child

April is Month of the Military Child

Week of April 14th-18th: STEAM Week
(Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics)

Monday, April 14th: Meteorologist, Lee Ringer from Time Warner Cable News

Tuesday, April 15th: North Carolina Symphony Orchestra trip for 4th Grade

Wednesday, April 16th: Archeology Land from Sustainable Fort Bragg

Wednesday, April 16th: STEAM Open House Event 2:15-3:45

Thursday, April 17th: 3rd Quarter Awards Assembly, Grades 3rd-5th, 9:00-9:45

Week of April 21st-25th: Spring Break, No School

Friday, April 25th at 12:00: Devers Dancers perform at the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival, Downtown Fayetteville

Monday, April 28th-Wednesday, April 30th: PreKindergarten Conferences as scheduled

Wednesday, April 30th: Kindergarten-5th Grade Conferences as scheduled

Military Child Dandelion Poem

Important News

Fort Bragg Schools Reorganization and Redistricting Plan

DoDEA, in alignment with the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children, is committed to easing the challenges of military families moving between duty stations. For families transitioning to a new duty station and enrolling in DoDEA schools for the first time, there is now a provision, allowing a 30-calendar day grace period for parents/students to meet immunization requirements after school enrollment. The intent of this provision is to avoid any interruption in the transferring student’s education. The health and the welfare of all students is a top priority for DoDEA.

The Department of Defense sets immunization requirements for DoDEA schools based on recommendations from the Center of Disease Control. Compliance with immunization requirements greatly reduces the risk of public health issues. School nurses and local military medical treatment facilities stand ready to assist parents in meeting these requirements promptly. Please view the requirements for DoD school enrollment at this website:

RAND Study

Over the next several weeks, we anticipate that The National Defense Research Institute (RAND) will begin collecting qualitative data through interviews and focus groups via telephone and video-teleconference from installation commanders; DoDEA teachers and administrators, LEA superintendents; and parents of military-connected students attending DoDEA and public schools surrounding military installations. For more information, please visit our Superintendent's Corner on the Fort Bragg Schools website.


Principal's Message Cyber Library 2013-2014 School Calendar
Mission & Vision Statement Grade Speed Lunch Menus & PrePay Program
Annual School Report Card Reading Counts 2013-2014 Student Supply List
School Improvement Plan Reading Street Student Rights and Responsibilities
School Profile Keyboarding Games Parent Teacher Organization
DoDEA Curriculum  Parent Resources Endevers School Newsletter
Teacher Resources One Call Now Parent-Student Handbook
  Video Library Partners in Education
military child Military (MKC) is an online community of military children (ages 6-17 yr old) that provides access to age-appropriate resources to support children from pre-deployment, through a parent's or caregiver's return. MKC offrs informative activities, fun games, helpful videos, and interesting user surveys that can guild and reinforce understanding, resilience, and coping skills in military children and their peers.

No Bullying

Learn what DoDEA Schools are doing to put an end to bullying in our schools and communities; and what you can do to support our efforts as we provide a safe environment for your children.

Attendance Policy

School attendance is important and in order to receive the best education, students need to Be Here! DoDEA's system-wide attendance policy for students is consistent with those found in many public schools throughout the United States.

Common Core Standards

DoDEA has adopted the use of Common Core Standards. The standards, applied system wide, will ease the transition as our students transfer between DoDEA schools with parent relocations.

graduation scene

DoDEA has provided a webpage to share information about graduation requirements and specific details.

Sequester Information

Sequester Information is available on the DoDEA website as it is updated.

21st Century Schools

In DoDEA’s 21st century schools, development of school environments that support flexible and adaptable spaces will be critical for teaching and learning. Teams of HQ staff visited schools and communities to listen and learn. DoDEA’s three 21st CTLL Technical Work Groups (TWG) developed products to assist the organization in a broad understanding of 21st CTLL.

Registration Information: Online Pre-Registration Application

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DoDEA Vision

To be among the world's leaders in education,
enriching the lives of military-connected students
and the communities in which they live

DoDEA Mission

Educate, Engage, and Empower
each student to succeed in a dynamic world.

U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA), Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools (DDESS)

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