American Overseas Schools Historical Society has compiled four historical books to help preserve our own dedicated history of the organization. Previously titled “Black Books,” these Historical Books record and preserve the history of Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS) as well as AOSHS’s own history and are continuously updated through the present day. Our historical books proudly display educational history for past, present, and future overseas students, BRATs, teachers, and administrators.
AOSHS’s Historical Books are physically located at our office and are available to be read at the AOSHS headquarters in Wichita, Kansas. They are always available for viewing and are brought to the annual DoDDS Reunion for members to review.
Table of Contents: Attending American Schools Overseas, Department of Defense Dependents Schools, Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools, American Supported Overseas Schools, From American Overseas Schools Archives to American Overseas Schools Historical Society, Dr. Thomas Drysdale and the Growth of American Overseas Schools Historical Society, Why Wichita?, Endorsements, Chronology, AppendicesView Book
Table of Contents: Board of Directors, Donors, Consultants, Flame Awards, Presidential Awards, Volunteers of the Year, Regional Representatives, Overseas Representatives, Employees, ReunionsView Book
Table of Contents: Charter Membership Alphabetical Listing, Charter Membership Drive, Individual Life Membership Program (ILMP), Life Membership Alphabetical Listing and ID NumberView Book
Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools (DDESS) by Territory/State