The new DUD school building was funded by the U.S., recently had their blessing ceremony. Students of DUD Kindergarten greeted Commissioner Konou with excitement and exercised for a bit with U.S. Ambassador Tom Armbruster. There are one hundred and sixty students attending DUD Kindergarten. The teachers and parents have a big job to accomplish: getting the students to reach grade level one. Like all other public schools, DUD Kindergarten gates closes at the start of school up until the end of school.

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National Teacher's Day 2017

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National Teacher's Day 2017

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EA HR-004-2017

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EA HR-004-2017

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New WAM sign

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EA HR003-2017

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EA HR003-2017

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2nd Annual Accreditation Workshop

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The end of School Year 2016-2017

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  Students from both public and private school attended the Career Fair at Ebeye Gym. Office of Chief Secretary Ebeye Kwajalein Deputy Chief Secretary Abacca Anjain shares with PSS that this...

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Healthy Spring Break

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Practicum Begins

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Math Textbook Workshop at Arno

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