DODEA grants

    Increasing Science and Mathematics achievement for military dependent students, and all Bremerton School District students

     Contact Information: 

    134 Marion Ave. N.

    Bremerton, WA 98312



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    The Bremerton School District has received a five-year grant from the Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA). The purpose of this grant is to  The grant activities will include: increase Science achievement for military connected students, and all students.


    • A full-time instructional coach for Science for elementary school teachers
    • Professional development for teachers in Science 
    • Developing, updating, and aligning Science resources to the NGSS Science standards
    • Online resources and professional development for teachers


    The Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) supports programs that aim to increase student achievement in military-connected local education agencies (LEAs) and ease the challenges and transitions that students face due to their parents' military service. Since 2009, DoDEA has awarded 186 grants, totaling more than $220 million. These grants serve more than 750,000 students, including 260,000 military-connected students in more than 1,150 schools. DoDEA Science Achievement is the first grant Bremerton has received from DoDEA.

  • NGSS DoDEA Partnerships

    Bremerton School District
    The Bremerton School District partners with the Olympic Educational Service District, and military connected families, to support achievement in Science, and all subjects, for our students.

    Olympic Educational Services District
    The Olympic Educational Service District provides professional development for NGSS Science to Bremerton School District teachers.

    Military Connected Families
    Through a mutual partnership, military families are connected with information and resources to support student success and achievement.

Last Modified on April 8, 2019