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Education Complex
Fort Drum offers a variety of Educational services and programs.


Army Education Center
The Army Education Center of Fort Drum serves Soldiers, Family members, DOD Civilians as well as our neighbors of the North Country. Programs offered range from Associate degrees to Master degrees in most fields of study. The Army Education Center is co-located with the McEwen Library at 4300 Camp Hale Road. Contact number is 315-772-6878.

The McEwen Library

All Active Duty and Retired Military, Family members age ten and over, and civilian employees may borrow materials from the library. National Guard, Reservists, and TDY personnel may Suse the library while at Fort Drum. Computer Use at McEwen Library

McEwen Library 315-772-9099

Reference or Interlibrary Loan 315-772-6005
 

The library is a state-of-the-art 18,000 square-foot facility that includes a multimedia area, a children's library, periodical area, and an open reading area with 48 computers linked with the classroom network in the education center. Patrons have access to periodical databases and an online public catalog.

The extensive collection includes fiction and nonfiction, talking books, cassettes, and music CDs and tapes. Materials may be borrowed for three weeks and renewed twice. With the exception of movies, there is no limit on the number of materials that may be checked out.

 

 For your convenience, you can renew materials in person, over the phone, or by e-mail.


School Liaison Office

Fort Drum MWR 's School Liaison Officer is located on the second floor of Clark Hall and is here to assist military families with transitions to the local schools. We encourage you to utilize her services as we commit ourselves to a better relationship between school districts and the Fort Drum community.
Duties of the School Liaison Officer

  • Establish, implement, and coordinate all school liaison administrative and operational policies and procedures.

  • Act as primary advisor to the garrison commander and principal staff on all matters of concern among students, parents and local school districts.

  • Act as an advisor on all matters of concern among students, parents and local school districts.

  • Meet monthly with school principals/ superintendents, guidance counselors and other staff.

  • Coordinate monthly FDELC meeting.

  • Function as an intermediary and advocate between parents and school administrators.

  •  Provide assistance, as needed, in school enrollment and out-processing.

  • Manage the "Piece of the Rock" program in schools.

  • Prepare reports, information papers, fact sheets, briefings and studies as required.

The New York State Education Department posts a web site with the statistical report card for every school district in the state. For more information about the schools in our area, Jefferson & Lewis Counties visit NY State School District Report Card Site

 

Contact Information
The McEwen Library
Pine Plains Activity Center, Conway Road, Bldg. P-4300
315-772-9099

usarmy.drum.imcom-fmwrc.mbx.mwr-library@mail.mil

 

Community Recreation Division

Magrath Sports Complex, Bldg. P-10050
315-772-6071

usarmy.drum.imcom-fmwrc.mbx.mwr-community-recreation@mail.mil

 

Parent Central Services
Clark Hall, Bldg P-10720
315-772-8675

usarmy.drum.imcom-fmwrc.list.mwr-cys-cer@mail.mil

 

The Hours of Operation for each facility are listed on the Directory page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Link to ArmyMWR.com