Promotes communication and collaboration between school, military organizations, community services, students and parents.
Provides information on the Free and Reduced Lunch Program, school enrollment, school advisory councils and local educational options.
Advises Installation Commander on matters relating to schools and military child education
Assists to resolve issues when they cannot be resolved through proper chain of command
Provides transition assistance and information for families moving to the Spangdahlem area.
Provides outbound referral information about schools and SLO contacts for your gaining installation.
One of the strengths of the School Liaison program is connections. ALL School Liaison Offices work together to provide consistent support for families and students throughout the world. No matter where your military service takes you next, we’ll be there to help your family make a positive school transition.
There are 3 Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) schools at Spangdahlem.
Here is a link to the available schools at Spangdahlem:
*Please note that our schools are listed under the Spangdahlem Community Schools Tab
The Following documents are required to enroll students in DoDEA:
Previous school records (sealed)/address
Birth Certificate/Passport (Kindergarten & 1st grade)
Registration forms for DoDEA schools can be completed on-site at the school you will be registering your child at.
* To complete the registration process, the forms must be taken to the school registrar along with the documentation listed above
There are preschool, home school, and German school options in the Spangdahlem area.
If your family is interested in any of these alternative options, please contact your School Liaison Office for additional information.
There are many opportunities to get involved at Spangdahlem. See below for just a few of the opportunities available:
The School Liaison Office sends out volunteer opportunities through the MFRC. Go to their offices to be on their volunteer distribution list and receive opportunities to volunteer in the schools.
If civilians are interested, please contact the School Liaison Office, or the specific school you are interested in volunteering at.
The schools are always looking for substitutes. You do not need a college degree—only a high school diploma. Please apply at USAjobs.gov. Note: The pay for Spangdahlem is much higher than the generic pay listed on the substitute listing (as of 8/23 it is $146 per day).
Some jobs in the schools such as an Educational Aid or a Library Technician are posted at USAjobs.gov. Search: Spangdahlem for listings in the schools.
Civilians interested in becoming a teacher may apply at DoDEA.edu
The School Advisory Committees (SAC) make recommendations and advises the principal on school policy, instructional programs, resource allocation, and student services. The SAC is an important venue for parent input regarding school matters.
Installation Advisory Committee (IAC) serves as the advisory group to the DODEA District Superintendent and Installation Commander on issues concerning our schools and our children, such as school meals, transportation, safety & security, medical services, and installation policies related to dependent education.
Please note: You do not have to be a member of the SAC or IAC to participate in either meeting. Attendance is highly encouraged regardless of membership. Contact your child’s school or the SLO for more information on upcoming meeting dates.
Contact information for the Spangdahlem School Liaison Office (SLO):
Spangdahlem Air Base
Building 151, room 206
(Same building as Civilian Personnel Offices)
From USA: 011-49-6565-61-6942
Eifel School Bus Office
Spangdahlem Elem. School
Bldg 433, Rm B
Apply online at:
(You will need an AAFES lunch account prior to applying. Sign up for one at the BX customer service desk)