School Registration

Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Schools

Naples Elementary School

Located at the Support Site, Naples Elementary School (NES) educates approximately 850 students from Kindergarten through sixth grade. The school also offers a Sure Start program similar to the Head Start program in the United States. NES has about 40 classroom teachers supplemented by specialists in the following curriculums: physical education, music, art, and host nation and foreign language in the elementary school (FLES).

Naples Elementary School also provides services in the areas of learning development, communication and English as a second language (ESL). Language and reading specialists, math support specialists, educational technology specialists, school guidance counselors, a school nurse and a school psychologist augment the staff. The school adheres to the AdvancED Accreditation standards and policies.

There is a partial Italian immersion program offered to students in kindergarten through 4th grade. Enrollment in the immersion program is limited.

Naples Elementary School

PSC 808 Box 39

FPO, AE 09618

Web: https://www.dodea.edu/NaplesES/

DSN 314-629-4037/38

Commercial: 011-39-081-811-4037

Fax: 011-39-081-811-4057

Naples Middle/High School

Located at the Support Site, Naples Middle/High School educates approximately 540 students from seventh through 12th grade. The school is staffed with about 70 educational support personnel and classroom teachers. It offers core subjects of math, language arts, science and social studies, as well as physical education and health. The school also offers technical education classes in the areas of programming languages, computer service and support, animation, Microsoft Office certification programs, Adobe Certified Associate programs, and video communications. Other educational offerings include a culinary arts program; fine arts such as painting, ceramics, band, orchestra and choir; and a foreign language program that includes Italian, Chinese and Spanish. Additionally, the school is staffed with a shared psychologist, special needs educators, a school nurse and both middle and high school Adolescent Substance Abuse Counseling Services counselors. Naples Middle/High School is accredited through NCA/CASI AdvancEd.

Naples Middle/High School

PSC 808 Box 15

FPO, AE 09618

Web: https://www.dodea.edu/NaplesMHS/

Email: principal.naplesmhs@eu.dodea.edu

DSN 314-629-4061

Commercial: 011-39-081-811-4061

Required for registration of all DoDEA students

- Copy of sponsor’s orders or Certificate of Eligibility, if children are not listed on the orders;

- Signed form DSE 803 (military only);

- Signed form DSE 802 (DoD civilians only);

- Valid ID card of sponsor (contractors only);

- Verification of employment (DoD civilians and contractors);

- Central billing letter (tuition-paying only);

- Immunization record;

- Previous school records/transcript in a sealed envelope;

- Transfer papers for the students;

- A final report card or withdrawal sheet with grades and teacher signatures for each child in the family;

- Any/all system-wide testing results and any/all special education documentation;

- UIC (Unit Identification Code) or PAS (Personnel Assignment Code for Air Force);

- Student’s social security number or passport number if the student is not a U.S. citizen;

- In addition, to register kindergarten or first-grade students, a birth certificate or passport is needed for proof of age. Kindergarten students must be five years old on or before September 1 of that school year.

Transportation

Free school bus transportation is provided for students of Naples schools who live on the economy. Students are expected to follow bus rules and exhibit self-control in order to have the privilege of riding their assigned bus. Bus routes and schedules are provided by the Transportation Management Office located at Naples High School. Bus routes and schedules should be reviewed before final selection of permanent quarters.

Lunch/School Supplies

Students may either bring their own lunch or buy lunch in their school’s cafeteria. Both schools use lunch tickets for meal purchases. Lunch tickets are available at the Navy Exchange. A free or reduced lunch program is also offered. Applications for the free or reduced lunch program are available in each school’s front office.

Textbooks and other educational materials are provided by the schools. Lists of student school supplies are located on the school websites.

Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS)

EDIS provides services to facilitate the development of children from birth to 36 months. Children who qualify for EDIS are eligible to receive specialized consultation from a variety of providers. A child who demonstrates a difference in his or her speech or language, play, motor development, vision, hearing or other aspects of development may be a candidate for EDIS services. Such a child could have a developmental delay, disability or medical condition which may affect his or her development. EDIS support could help such a child “catch up” to peers.

Children who would qualify for Department of Defense schools are eligible to receive services through EDIS. Parents can contact EDIS at 011-39-081-811-4676 to obtain more information about eligibility and qualification. Parents can also contact EDIS at the following email address: edis5@med.navy.mil

EDIS offers the following services: occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language therapy, developmental screenings and assessments, service coordination, home visits, play-based therapy, parent training, and transition services. For more information about EDIS services, as well as services in the community, visit www.med.navy.mil/sites/napoli/pages/Divisions/AncillaryCareServices/EDIS.aspx

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