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


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Upcoming Events

May 9-11 Papa John's Pizza Nights
May 12 Open House for New Incoming Students 3:30
May12 Family Fun Run 4:30
May 16-20 Box Top Collection
May 19 Student Fun Day (PK-1)
May 20 Student Fun Day (2-5)
May 25 Last day for PK students
May 26 Last day for K-5 students

  • Quick Links for Parents

Library Card Catalog and Online Resources

MackinVIA free E-books instructions

National Geographic database instructions

College And Career Ready -- A World-Class Education For Military Connected Students
Community Strategic Plan - A Guide for Parents
Lucas PTO Facebook page
Parent Guides to DoDEA curriculum
Gradespeed (Instructions)
School Supply Lists
Operation Hero packet
Online Pre-Registration Application
Dress Code
Antiterrorism Level I Training (for volunteers)
AdvancedEd (school accreditation)

DoDEA's Mission and Vision

Our Mission

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

Our Vision

"Empowering Learners for Lifelong Success"

Our Goals

Goal 1: Students will improve written communication skills across the curriculum.

Goal 2: Students will improve problem solving skills across the curriculum.


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Message from Dr. Jones

AdvancedEd Results (Accreditation)

News from DoDEA Director Tom Brady

DoDEA Community Strategic Plan (CSP) Volume II

This volume focuses our school system on two strategic imperatives essential for improving the academic achievement of our students. It provides the concept for our #1 priority - the establishment of a standards-based educational system that aligns our curriculum, instruction,
and assessments to our new, more rigorous academic standards; and our 2nd priority - the establishment of the organizational capacity required to operate more effectively/efficiently and grow into one of our nation's best unified school systems.  I believe our success in achieving the desired end state for each priority initiative hinges on three factors:  1) our steadfast, long-term commitment to the implementation process; 2) our ability to implement the plans in a collegial, collaborative manner; and 3) the ability of our leaders to maintain the organization's focus and block distractions.  I have every confidence we will do so. 




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