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  • Dahlgren School
  • Home of the Tigers
  • Succeed...It's What We Do!
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  • Mailing Address:
  • Naval Support Facility
  • Bldg 193 Dahlgren School
  • 6117 Sampson Road Ste 206
  • Dahlgren, VA 22448-5166

Office Hours: 0730-1600

Phone: (540) 653-8822

Fax: (540) 653-4591

Principal: Dr. Jeffrey Duncan


News and Announcements

April 21-25 is Spring Break. Have a restful week, and safe travels if you are heading out of town.

Congratulations to our two SeaPerch teams for placing first and second at the recent competition held at the University of Mary Washington. Their next competition will be the fourth annual National SeaPerch Challenge to be held on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi (Southern Miss) in Hattiesburg, MS in May. We wish them well!

Our Scholastic Reading Counts quiz list continues to grow, with new titles added monthly. View the list of Scholastic Reading Counts quizzes to find a book, and be sure to check our online card catalog (see above link) to make sure we have the book in our library!

 

 


CONUS Education Options Assessment (CEOA)


The DoD has initiated a study, CEOA, by the National Defense Research Institute (RAND). This study will consider the plausible range of options for meeting the educational needs of military dependents on the 15 installations where CONUS DDESS operate. Read more...


 

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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.

Dahlgren School Vision:

To engage all students in varied learning opportunities; to foster high levels of achievement; and to prepare them for success in an ever changing global environment

School Improvement Goals:

  • Goal 1. All students will improve reading comprehension (the ability to understand and express ideas derived from real-world content across the curriculum) as measured by a 5% increase in the number of students scoring at or above the standard each academic year, using selected system-wide and local assessments.
  • Goal 2. By 2016, all students will increase their Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) literacy in order to problem solve, as measured by a 5% increase in the number of students scoring at or above standard on standardized and local assessments.

Mark Your Calendars!

4/10

Early release for students

4/11

Staff Development - no school for students

4/21 - 4/25 Spring Break
   
   

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