|U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA), Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools (DDESS)|
Principal: Dr. Gregg Mowen
Asst. Principal: Ms. Theresa Schmidt
7:00 am - 3:30 pm
7:20 am - 2:35 pm (M,T,W,F)
7:20 am - 1:20 pm (Th)
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Education is the HIGHWAY to Success!
Educate, Engage, and Empower Each student to succeed in a dynamic world.
Goal 1: Students will improve analytical thinking across the curriculum.
Goal 2: Students will improve math skills across the curriculum.
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News and Announcements
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What is STEAM? STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics education. Our focus is to fuse these disciplines together and integrate real-world problem solving into our curriculum because such skills and understanding are essential for student success. Our district embarked on a STEMulating journey this year which has included self-paced computer science programs through www.code.org (K-8), introductory lessons using robotics in our elementary schools, project-based learning opportunities at all grade levels and developing partnerships with experts throughout our community so lessons can come alive!
United States Senate Youth Program 2014-2015
To read DoDEA Director, Thomas Brady's reflections on his first 100 days and his stratagies for moving the organization forward, click on the image below.
Admission to our sporting events are as follows: $5 non-military, $3 military with ID, $2 student-Kindergarten and above.
Fort Knox High School was recently visited by AdvancEd for our Accreditation Renewal. Please click here to view the AdvancEd External Review Exit Report.
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New Change in Discipline Policy Effective Immediately May 1, 2013
Possession/use of laser pointers will result in an immediate 3 day suspension. Laser pointers are strictly prohibited.
New Tardy Policy Effective January 1, 2013
Notice of Change in Student-Parent Handbook
Number 5, subsection B on page 27. The last 2 sentences in this section now read: "If a student misbehaves during Detention or fails to appear for Detention, he/she will be assigned 2 days In-School Suspension (ISS). Acquiring excessive Detentions will result in more severe consequences."
1.Go to http://www.am.dodea.edu/knox/FKCSCO/index.htm.
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