77 Texas Ave. (inside Gate 4)
Central Office hours during the school year are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The Fort Campbell system is comprised of seven schools serving the Fort Campbell community — four elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. Enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year exceeded 3,000 students. If you have questions, please contact the District Superintendents’ Office at 270-439-1927.
All curricula in DODEA are research-based and predicated on how children learn best. The DODEA curriculum standards are written in accord with the newest national standards, and teachers follow the DODEA standards to provide a seamless curriculum environment for students. Whether they are overseas or stateside, DODEA students use the same books, materials and technology to ensure uniform advantages and care.
Some of the newest innovative teaching techniques used at Fort Campbell schools involve learning that is student-based rather than teacher-directed. Students work in cooperative learning groups, develop real-life projects and use authentic assessments. Using resources other than textbooks alone is emphasized — from personal experiences to researching on the Internet.
Fort Campbell is committed to providing a technology-rich educational environment for students. All classrooms have Internet capabilities and an ample supply of computers, printers and software, and students and teachers have email capabilities.
Computer labs are available in each school and all libraries are equipped with multimedia computers and resources. Both middle schools include multimedia communication classes and the high school offers myriad high-tech classes available in such subjects as computer animation, engineering and more.
Breakfast is available to all school students each morning before school begins. A healthy lunch is served daily, with a variety of choices available to all students. Applications for free or reduced-price meals can be obtained online.
Special Education Services are available for children ages 3 to 21 years who are identified as having an educational disability or developmental delay. To receive these services, a child must be assessed by a multidisciplinary team, which will include special educators and the child’s parents. This team is known as the Case Study Committee (CSC).
Related services, such as speech and language services, occupational therapy services or physical therapy services are also available based on individual needs as determined by the CSC.
After eligibility for special education is affirmed by the CSC, an Individual Educational Program (IEP) is developed by the team. This document includes goals and objectives appropriate for the child to learn. At this time, service providers will also set both learning objectives and the required weekly time commitment; both will be included in the IEP document.
Special education locations are individually determined by the CSC. This decision is made based upon the nature and severity of the child’s educational needs. For more information about special education services or if you suspect your child may have a disability or delay, contact the special education coordinator.
The system’s four elementary schools serve approximately 2,500 students in grades prekindergarten through fifth. The school day begins at 8:35 a.m. and dismisses at 3:20 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. On Tuesday, school begins at 8:35 a.m. and ends at 2:05 p.m. Prekindergarten classes are offered at each school in two sessions — morning and afternoon. The morning session begins at 8:10 a.m. and dismisses at 11:10 a.m., and the afternoon session begins at 12:10 p.m. and ends at 3:10 p.m. every school day.
Attendance zones for each elementary school are determined by housing area.
BARKLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
177 Gorgas Ave.
Barkley serves Barker Court, Hammond Heights (north of 33rd Street and Hollis Avenue), New Hammond Heights, LaPointe Village, McAuliffe Park, Summers Park, Stryker Village, Taylor Village, Turner Loop and Zahn Park.
BARSANTI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
7409 McAuliffe Loop
Barsanti serves Gardner Hills, The Woodlands and Drennan/New Drennan.
LUCAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2115 Airborne St.
Lucas serves Werner Park, Cole Park, Lee Park and Harper Village.
MARSHALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
75 Texas Ave.
Marshall Elementary School serves students in Hammond Heights (south of 33rd Street and Hollis Avenue) and Pierce Village.
MAHAFFEY MIDDLE SCHOOL
585 South Carolina Ave.
Mahaffey serves students al middles age students.
Approximately 500 students, in grades sixth through eighth, attend Mahaffey Middle School. School begin classes at 7:25 a.m. and dismiss at 2:35 p.m. Monday and Wednesday through Friday. On Tuesday, school begins at 7:25 a.m. and ends at 1:20 p.m.
The middle school is organized into interdisciplinary teams of language arts, science, mathematics and social studies. A variety of elective courses including art, computers, music and physical education are available, as well as foreign language and algebra I classes for high school credit. Cooperative team planning and flexible groups permit students to achieve their maximum potential.
FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL
1101 Bastogne Ave.
Fort Campbell High School (FCHS) is operated by the Department of Defense Education Activity, which provides excellence in education for every student, every day, everywhere. In August 2018, a new 21st-century building opened and touts impressive technological advancements and an innovative learning environment. The high school serves approximately 500 students in grades 9 through 12 from all on-post housing areas. Classes begin at 7:25 a.m. and end at 2:35 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. On Tuesday, classes are in session from 7:25 a.m. to 1:20 p.m. The high school offers a comprehensive, rigorous curriculum designed to meet the individual educational needs of students who plan to attend college or enter a career following graduation. A wide range of course offerings, extracurricular activities and clubs, as well as a variety of interscholastic sports are available to all students. They have more than 15 Advanced Placement (AP) courses are offered, and FCHS is in the process of becoming an AP Capstone school. Additionally, students have the opportunity to enroll in dual credit coursework, earning high school and college credit simultaneously, through a partnership with Austin Peay State University. FCHS has a proud tradition reaching back to 1962, when it was first established.