| On behalf of the Fort Knox Community Schools' family, it is my pleasure and honor, as superintendent, to welcome you to a great school system. I believe you will find our schools to be of the highest quality.
|| The Fort Knox Community Schools system is a part of the Kentucky District, one of five districts in the Department of Defense Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools.
DDESS is a division of the Department of Defense
Education Activity (DoDEA), serving children of
military families around the globe. The mission of the Fort Knox Community Schools is to provide an exemplary education that inspires and prepares all DoDEA students for success in a dynamic, global environment.
| We employ the process of Total Quality Education throughout our school system, which results in growth and improvement through the use of data, stakeholder involvement, and consensus building.
|| We desire to maximize student successes and to help students develop to their fullest potential. Mastery Learning, a key concept embedded in every school, offers students opportunities for success through reteaching and retesting. Earned success for every student is the goal, and our parents are key to all efforts and successes.
Dr. Frank Calvano
The Fort Knox Community Schools Information Guide is available.
Guide contents include key programs and services, the school year calendar, policies, immunization requirements, and much more. Download the FKCS Guide (402 KB PDF) to print and keep.
Overview: Military Dependents' Education in the Fort Knox Community Schools. Read the summary [PDF].
Online pre-registration program. Read details.
Off-Post families may register children to attend Fort Knox Schools.
Military families currently residing off-post who will be eligible for housing on Fort Knox within 180 school days may register their school-age children to attend Fort Knox Community Schools.
The family must provide transportation to and from school.
Schools need volunteers.
Parents and guardians as volunteers enrich the school experience for both themselves and students. Opportunities vary at different grade levels. Under command memorandum, service members may have up to two half-days to volunteer in the Fort Knox Community Schools. For details on how to volunteer at any school, click here [PDF files].
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