The new Patch Elementary School demolition and construction project is scheduled to begin the week of Nov. 6.
Archive for October, 2017
Kindergartners and other students in the Stuttgart military community schools got an out-of-this-world experience, Oct. 24-26, when they were visited by a senior NASA official and astronaut. But for one 6-year old Patch Elementary School kindergartner, he was Grandpa Bob.
The MWR Tour Office is now open to help community members plan the perfect tour during their stay in the Stuttgart military community, whether it is a tour on a holiday or a personalized group tour.
“There is no better way to help recognize a tough topic like domestic violence than to provide a friendly and fun event where families can eat, play and strengthen their bond.”
In a strong show of support to a “purple” joint service community of retirees in the Stuttgart area, about two hundred participants used services and garnered information at the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart’s 10th annual Retiree Appreciation Day, Oct. 19.
About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point.
Fine dust alerts are issued by the city when the “Deutscher Wetterdienst,” or German Weather Service, predicts lowered movement of air on two successive days.
The Exchange Credit Program expanded the Military Star Card for use in all commissaries in Stuttgart.
Stuttgart High School students debate on terrorism to select students to attend a conference in Prague.
Stuttgart military community organizations may apply for project funding.
To start off homecoming weekend, Stuttgart High School hosted a fall pep rally featuring a series of events where classes went against each other in friendly competition.
Your family history and your lifestyle are important risk factors, among others to consider and share with your doctor.
A figure of a Soldier saluting behind an American flag can be recognized at the entrance of the Patch Barracks Commissary through Nov. 12.
All of the students have apples for the teacher.
Wear a reflective outer garments and/or equipment during hours of limited visibility, and no headphones. Read the regs.