DoDDS Contacts

School Liaison Officer
374 MSG/CD
225-8001
374msg.cd@us.af.mil

School Superintendent
Supt.Japan.DSO@pac.dodea.edu
DSN: 225-3940
Off Base: 0425-52-2511-53940
From US: +81-3117-55-3940

Assistant Superintendent
AsstSupt.Japan.DSO@pac.dodea.edu
225-3940

Education Operations Manager
JDSO.EOM@pac.dodea.edu
225-9630

Transportation Office
DodeaTrans_Yokota@pac.dodea.edu
225-9787

Special Education
ISS.SEL.Japan@pac.dodea.edu
225-8774

Registration

Registration for elementary, middle and high school students at Yokota is done individually through each school's registrar office.

Registration forms and requirements are found here.

Joan K Mendel Elementary School
Grades: PSCD and K-5
225-5503
Registrar.MendelES@pac.dodea.edu

Yokota West Elementary School
Grades: Sure Start and K-5
225-7611
Registrar.YokotaWestES@pac.dodea.edu

Yokota Middle School
Grades: 6-8
225-9671
Registrar.YokotaMS@pac.dodea.edu

Yokota High School
Grades: 9-12
225-7018
Registrar.YokotaHS@pac.dodea.edu
Yokota Schools

Students at West Elementary

School Lunch Program

The Exchange operates the school lunch program at all schools at Yokota. Details on the program can be found at here.

If students meet eligibility requirements, they may be enrolled in the free and reduced lunch program. The application for this program is here.

Athletics

Yokota High School offers a variety of athletic activities for students. Details on sports teams, eligibility and participation forms can be found here.

Preschool Services

Preschool Services for Children with Disabilities (PSCD) Program offered at Joan K Mendel Elementary School.

Preschool services are available to children from age three to six who exhibit significant developmental delays. Eligible children demonstrate a developmental delay in one or more of the following areas: physical, speech/language, cognitive, social/emotional, and self-help or adaptive behavior. Services for this program range from the center or school based program supported by a professional pre-school special education teacher.

If you suspect your child is experiencing difficulty in any of the above areas, please do not hesitate to contact Joan K Mendel Elementary School for more information.

Sure Start

Sure Start is an early intervention program for families in our school community with priority given to children whose sponsor's rank is in the E1 to E4 or GS1 to GS4 or *Non Appropriated Fund (NAF), NAF1 or NAF2 range, living and working at military installations overseas. Any sponsor whose rank is E5 to E9 or GS5 to GS9 or NAF3 - NAF4, rank equivalent*, who wishes to apply for the program, is eligible to do so - with the understanding that priority is given to students whose sponsor is the first eligibility category.

The Sure Start Advisory Committee, comprised of school and community members, reviews applications for enrollment. Priority in selecting 18 children to enroll in the program is given to dependents in the first category. Children must be four years of age by September 1, in the school year in which they enroll.

Eligible families can access the Sure Start Application.