Elementary School Turn-in Schedule 19-20
Middle - High School Turn-in Schedule
Parents- please use the following check list for pick-up and returning your student’s items.
✔ If you have more than one student grades Pre-K to 12th grade, you may pick-up/drop-off for all of your students in one trip.
✔ Bag each of your items in separate bags- i.e. textbooks, library books, Uniform, recorder, etc.
✔ Each bag must be marked with: Student’s name, Grade, and teacher. (i.e. Susan Smith (student Name), XX grade, Mr/Ms Jones (teacher) and subject, library books, textbooks or musical instrument).
✔ If you are returning a Chromebook or IPhone (hotspot) make sure to include the power cord. (All Chromebooks and IPhones (hotspots) are to be dropped off with Elementary School Staff).
✔ There will be one consolidated pick-up point for medication for both schools on the Elementary School side. (Please let the staff know that you have medication to pick-up).
✔ There will be one consolidated drop-off point for library books for both schools on the Elementary School side. (Please bag the elementary and middle/high school books in two separate bags).
✔ If you need the Chromebook, IPhone (hotspot), or curriculum later than your scheduled pick-up/drop-off time/date, you may turn them in no later than 1500 Wednesday 10 June 2020.
DoDEA will continue to update parents as more information becomes available.
If you are experiencing problems, please contact your child’s teacher. They can be reached through GradeSpeed or email: email@example.com
Digital Learning Portal: bit.ly/avianomhs
DoDEA South Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DoDEAEurSouth/videos/1711807735627642/
Please see the letters to parents from our Middle/High School principal. Email addresses for administrators are included.
Aviano Middle/High School
DoDEA understands that not all families have a digital device for each child to complete course work. If your family needs device support, contact the school.
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Has the base reached out to any Italian schools that Americans are enrolled in to assist/plan/coordinate with families having issues?
We are asking that parents reach out to the School Liaison Office. Their role is to act as a community facilitator: connecting schools, families, and community services to address education issues impacting military children. They can be contacted by calling 0434-30-6084 or through their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/avianoschoolliaisonofficer/.
From Aviano School Liaison Office Facebook:
“Families with Children in Italian Schools -
I encourage you to email your schools for information about their individual policies regarding making up school, catching children up, etc. However, please keep in mind that many schools may not be in office during school closures.
Once school resumes, these policies and procedures will be communicated via your school. There are still a lot of variables that can affect what these procedures look like. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s education, please contact me for assistance.
My DSN is 632-6084. I can also be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Since Italy has declared a national public health emergency, the decision to reopen schools and other facilities will happen at the national level. Once the President of Italy along with his council of ministers feels the emergency has subsided, the decision will be made to return to normal. Until such time, we will continue to work with our Italian partners and abide by any decrees set down by the Italian government.
DoDEA leadership is engaging with teachers and staff directly.
No. DODEA has a policy that says that no students are allowed in the school during the time of closure due to supervision and health concerns.
If you need assistance with DoDEA classes, please contact the teachers at: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
DoDEA will determine the school schedule. As decisions are made school administrators will pass the information to parents.
Yes. Italy has declared a national public health emergency, and as such these decrees have the force of law.