Camp Lejeune Community Schools

Camp Lejeune Community Schools Official source for information for the Camp Lejeune Community Schools:. http://www.dodea.edu/Americas/midAtlantic/campLejeune/index.cfm
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The Camp Lejeune Community Schools serves the children of active duty and reserve military personnel who reside aboard Marine Corp Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River. CLCS is a part of the Mid-Atlantic District and the Department of Defense Education Activity. Generally accepted standards of etiquette for our Social Media Users

DoDEA social media sites afford an opportunity for interested stakeholders to interact directly with us in a free exchange of thought on a wide range of topics of interest. We welcome productive participation from all users. We subscribe to the DoD user's agreement posted on this site. http://www.defense.gov/socialmedia/user-agreement.aspx

While we respect an individual's right to free speech and expression, we have no intention of commenting on matters that regard personal and/or confidential information about a specific employee, student, or parent. Our page is not designed to circumvent the use of the chain of command on issues that should be reported and resolved through established supervisory and reporting channels. Additionally, we ask our users to observe generally accepted standards of etiquette for a school system. We reserve the right to delete any content that contains:

* Obscene, indecent or profane language;
* Threatening or defamatory statements
* Hate speech or offensive language targeting any specific demographic
* Personal attacks of any kind;
* Spam;
* Promotions or endorsements for commercial products or services; and/or
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The appearance of external hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the Department of Defense Education Activity of the linked websites, or the information, products or services contained therein. All links are provided consistent with the mission of the Department of Defense Education Activity.

Operating as usual

It’s your day, moms! Enjoy! Thanks for all that you do. #HappyMothersDay
05/09/2021

It’s your day, moms! Enjoy! Thanks for all that you do. #HappyMothersDay

It’s your day, moms! Enjoy! Thanks for all that you do. #HappyMothersDay

Japanese American activist Yuri Kochiyama was a champion of social justice and liberation movements. Her early political...
05/08/2021

Japanese American activist Yuri Kochiyama was a champion of social justice and liberation movements. Her early political awakenings came while incarcerated in the concentration camps of World War II America. #AAPI2021 #asianpacificheritage Learn more about her: https://bit.ly/2R7vI2J

Japanese American activist Yuri Kochiyama was a champion of social justice and liberation movements. Her early political awakenings came while incarcerated in the concentration camps of World War II America. #AAPI2021 #asianpacificheritage Learn more about her: https://bit.ly/2R7vI2J

05/06/2021
We ❤️ our teachers! Appreciating educators today and every day! #ThankATeacher #DoDEAAppreciates
05/04/2021

We ❤️ our teachers! Appreciating educators today and every day! #ThankATeacher #DoDEAAppreciates

We ❤️ our teachers! Appreciating educators today and every day! #ThankATeacher #DoDEAAppreciates

05/03/2021

All students safe after prank active shooter call to 911.

At 8:15 a.m., May 3, base officials were alerted to a report of an active shooter at Tarawa Terrace Elementary School on MCB Camp Lejeune.

The Provost Marshal Office responded to the incident and confirmed at 8:35 a.m. there was no active shooter situation and all school students and personnel are safe.

The phone call generating the report of an active shooter was a prank and is currently being investigated by the Provost Marshal Office.

During the initial response, the school and adjacent child development centers were placed on lockdown for their safety, but have since reopened.

Misuse of emergency services consumes valuable resources and personnel should only dial 911 if a true emergency exists. Prank phone calls to 911 limit the installations ability to respond to actual emergencies.

REMINDER!
05/03/2021

REMINDER!

REMINDER!

Take time to #ThankATeacher. Share a memory here of a teacher that made a difference in your life. Sometimes it is the l...
05/02/2021

Take time to #ThankATeacher. Share a memory here of a teacher that made a difference in your life. Sometimes it is the little things that make a lasting impression, and our teachers deserve a chance to hear it from you. Tomorrow kicks off Teacher Appreciation Week.

Take time to #ThankATeacher. Share a memory here of a teacher that made a difference in your life. Sometimes it is the little things that make a lasting impression, and our teachers deserve a chance to hear it from you. Tomorrow kicks off Teacher Appreciation Week.

DoDEA joins the nation in celebrating Asian and Pacific Islanders’ experience, history, and culture – this month and thr...
05/01/2021

DoDEA joins the nation in celebrating Asian and Pacific Islanders’ experience, history, and culture – this month and throughout the year. #AAPI2021 #asianpacificheritage

DoDEA joins the nation in celebrating Asian and Pacific Islanders’ experience, history, and culture – this month and throughout the year. #AAPI2021 #asianpacificheritage

Menus for May
04/26/2021

Menus for May

04/23/2021
Earth Day celebrates nature and its importance in our lives. Looking for a way to celebrate – or just want to learn more...
04/22/2021

Earth Day celebrates nature and its importance in our lives. Looking for a way to celebrate – or just want to learn more? Check out this info from the National Park Service. https://bit.ly/3x20Sc3 #EarthDay

Earth Day celebrates nature and its importance in our lives. Looking for a way to celebrate – or just want to learn more? Check out this info from the National Park Service. https://bit.ly/3x20Sc3 #EarthDay

04/21/2021
04/15/2021
DoDEA Americas Director Dr. Judy Minor

April is the Month of the Military Child! Join us in celebrating the vital role military children play in the armed forces community. Watch this special message to military children from DoDEA Americas Director Dr. Judy Minor. #MOMC

Photos from Camp Lejeune Community Schools's post
04/15/2021

Photos from Camp Lejeune Community Schools's post

03/26/2021
03/15/2021
Timeline Photos
03/15/2021

Timeline Photos

DoDEA is preparing to safely open schools in-person systemwide for the 2021-22 school year, as local health conditions permit. But, we also recognize that students and families with health vulnerabilities related to COVID-19 may still have concerns about returning to school. To support all students, we will continue to operate full-time in-person schools and also provide a full-time virtual learning option for grades K–12 students.

Please note, the full-time virtual option enrollments will be limited to 2,000 students systemwide and parents that choose to enroll their students in the Virtual School option must agree to remain for the entire school year. Find more information here: https://bit.ly/3rQoCwP

03/12/2021
03/10/2021
03/10/2021

DoDEA recognizes Ms. Leigh Anne Kapiko Faulkner as the Americas Principal of the Year. Ms. Faulkner's dedicated leadership and passion serving military connected children and families is nothing short of exemplary. Congratulations! #dodea #midatlanticleads

After reviewing more than 75 submissions for the 2021 Camp Lejeune Autism Awareness t-shirt design contest, Camp Lejeune...
03/08/2021

After reviewing more than 75 submissions for the 2021 Camp Lejeune Autism Awareness t-shirt design contest, Camp Lejeune Community Schools is proud to announce the winner is Dustie from Lejeune High School. Her design will be featured on the 2021 Camp Lejeune t-shirt that will be available for sale shortly and worn for the month of Autism Awareness 2021. Congratulations, Dustie!

Photos from Dodea Mid-Atlantic District's post
03/04/2021

Photos from Dodea Mid-Atlantic District's post

Leigh Anne Faulkner 2021 DoDEA Principal of the Year
03/04/2021
Leigh Anne Faulkner 2021 DoDEA Principal of the Year

Leigh Anne Faulkner 2021 DoDEA Principal of the Year

Leigh Anne Faulkner, principal of Tarawa Terrace Elementary School on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, receives the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Principal of the Year award for the Americas region at Tarawa Terrace Elementary School on MCB Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, March 3, 20...

REMINDER: Submissions for the T-Shirt Design Contest are due by 4:00 p.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, March 3.
03/02/2021

REMINDER: Submissions for the T-Shirt Design Contest are due by 4:00 p.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, March 3.

REMINDER: Submissions for the T-Shirt Design Contest are due by 4:00 p.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, March 3.

March menus
02/25/2021

March menus

02/23/2021
Spotlight on Black History Month
02/03/2021

Spotlight on Black History Month

#BHM Spotlight: Kamala Harris is the Vice President of the United States of America. She is the first woman and the first African American elected to this position. She comes to this role after a lifetime of public service, having been elected District Attorney of San Francisco, California Attorney General, and United States Senator. #BlackHistoryMonth #BHM2021

February menus - lunch menu has been updated
01/22/2021

February menus - lunch menu has been updated

01/14/2021
January menus
12/28/2020

January menus

Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA)
12/14/2020

Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA)

Getting a flu vaccine this fall can reduce your risk of getting flu. It’s important for everyone to do their part to stay healthy this flu season. Prevent the spread of flu and other respiratory illnesses: https://bit.ly/3nsZ46g

12/10/2020
Superintendent Chat: 6 Tips for Literacy at Home

What do Video Games, Comic Books, Kitchens, Closed Captioning, Cars, and Breakfast Cereal have in common? Watch this episode of Superintendent Chats with Mrs. Kathy Downs, Fort Bragg / Cuba Community Superintendent, with support from two Instructional Systems Specialists, Claudette Jones and Pat Schob, to learn 6 Tips for Teaching Literacy at Home while connecting real-life and learning.

#MidAtlanticLeads
#ParentsPartnerInLearning
#LiteracyRocks

Influenza Screening form must be filled out for vaccine. A waiver form is also attached for parent use.
12/07/2020

Influenza Screening form must be filled out for vaccine. A waiver form is also attached for parent use.

Address

855 Stone Street
Camp Lejeune, NC
28547

Opening Hours

Monday 07:30 - 15:30
Tuesday 07:30 - 15:30
Wednesday 07:30 - 15:30
Thursday 07:30 - 15:30
Friday 07:30 - 15:30

Telephone

(910) 451-2461

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