The 3rd-5th grade students at Robinson Barracks Elementary School took on their teachers in a recent game of flag football and hit them with pies.
Schools & Youth
The Stuttgart 2 Boys U15 team remained undefeated the whole season, giving up only three goals in the regular season and playoffs.
Physics students from Stuttgart High School and Stuttgart Elementary School worked together on a project to prevent a pumpkin from smashing when plummeting several meters to the ground.
An SHS junior attended a special Military Child Education Coalition event at West Point, NY.
Stuttgart High School’s National Honor Society (NHS) held its first community “Trunk or Treat” event, Oct. 31.
The RBES PTSA started a program called “Bulldog Buddies.”
Patch Elementary School was one of three DoDEA schools recognized as a 2018 National Blue Ribbon Schools, Oct 1.
Boy Scout Troop 113 of Robinson Barracks attended Camp Volcano, a BSA Summer Camp held at the Carney Park facility within the extinct Mount Guaro volcano, approximately 14 miles west of Naples.
Entering middle school can be a daunting transition for some students.
Enjoy this slideshow (and more to follow) about the first day of the new school year.
Two Department of Defense Education Activity teachers in the Stuttgart military community, one at Robinson Barracks Elementary School and the other at Patch Middle School, will be honored with presidential awards for their excellence in teaching or mentoring in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Vacation Bible School returned to Robinson Barracks this summer with a fun-filled five day program.
Teens learn best through adult modeling, experiential learning opportunities and peer interaction.
The community center at the RBZ hosted a Harry Potter-themed event, July 12.
Summer began for Robinson Barracks Elementary School students with a “Clap-Out,” June 14.