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School Bell School Hours & Arrival-Departure Procedures

7:45 Universal Free Breakfast Served
Students not eating breakfast should not arrive prior to 7:45
8:20 First Bell
There are two student drop off and pickup points. Look for the red cones near the North and East parking areas. These points are no parking zones.
8:30 Tardy Bell


Student Dismissal
  • Mon., Tue., Wed., & Fri: 3:05 pm
  • Thursday: 1:50 pm
Normal dismissal procedures will be followed on rainy days. In case of severe weather conditions additional precautionary procedures are described on the Severe Weather page

Check out DoDEA's Community Strategic Plan (CSP)!
The CSP for 2013-2018 provides the vision and mission statements, core values, and orgaizational goals that DoDEA is striving for in the next 5 years.


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    Kiss N Ride

    Kiss and Ride procedure update: The implementation of our temporary Kiss and Ride plan based on address was very successful, and we would like to continue to use this procedure for the remainder of the school year. As a reminder, families who live in South Bryan Village or Marne Point will enter Kiss & Ride using the front entrance of the school and families who live in Isenhower Terrace or North Bryan Village will use the side entrance of the school for Kiss & Ride pick up.

    New morning procedures: Students who arrive at school for breakfast in the mornings will be held in the Cafeteria until 8:05 at which time they will go to their class using the inside hallways, instead of exiting the building and walking around to the exterior waiting areas at the end of each hallway. This new procedure is to ensure students are monitored by school personnel from delivery at our school until departure. Students will no longer be allowed to exit the building from the cafeteria's external doors after breakfast. Students who do not choose to eat breakfast will continue to wait at the end of the hallway within the fenced in area of the school until 8:05 at which time they will be allowed to enter the building.

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Brittin Elementary School Goals

Goal 1 Reading: 75% of all students will demonstrate a proficiency in comprehension skills in reading by 5/29/2015 as measured by the TerraNova 3rd Edition (grades 3-6) (50th percentile proficiency), BAS (grades K-3) (based on identified DoDEA grade level standards), and selected local assessments (grades PK-6) (80 proficiency).

Goal 2 Math: 75% of all students will demonstrate a proficiency in number sense as they communicate their thinking and reasoning in mathematics by 5/29/2015 as measured by Terra Nova 3rd Edition (50th percentile proficiency) (Grades 3-6) and selected local assessments (grades PK-6) (80% proficiency).


DoDEA Mission Statement

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

Our Vision:

Brittin Elementary School, a community that nurtures Military Children, will experience success through equal access to a quality education.

We Believe: together we can achieve anything so that every child can be successful in a positive encouraging environment.

We Promote:  community involvement, self-motivation, and the use of a variety of resources.

We Are:  teachers, students, and parents actively engaged in the learning process.