Stuttgart high School Seniors face unique challenges when choosing colleges during times of COVID-19.
Schools & Youth
By Geoffrey Morris Stuttgart Citizen Volunteer Throughout April, the sacrifices of military children are recognized and celebrated as a part of the Month of the Military Child. The “Military Brats” of Stuttgart High School wear their nickname with pride. Some of them so much so, that they intend to follow…
Two youth organizations are creating a positive impact on their environment.
In coordination with military leadership and public health experts, most DoDEA schools in Germany to include USAG Stuttgart schools will return to in-person instruction on Monday, February 22nd, 2021.
Stuttgart schools will remain in remote instruction through at least Friday, February 12th, 2021.
Due to the recent restrictions imposed by the German government, all DoDEA schools in Germany will transition to remote learning.
Guidance for families stationed on Army installations in Europe on the level of supervision required for children at various stages of development.
The ASAP contest received some pretty amazing entries from Stuttgart elementary students.
“Rest assured we are working really hard to prevent the spread of COVID here at our school,” Moss-Beaman said.
The DoDEA team is working to provide a safe environment to reunite staff and students for the academic year 2020-2021.
Over the last several years, the Department of Defense Education Activity has made a concerted effort to improve student literacy.
Community members have until July 20 to register and join the summer reading program.
If there is anything that the School Liaison Office can do to help ease your transition to USAG Stuttgart, please contact us.
Although the senior class missed many traditional milestones, the memories they made are much more unique.
A learning and literacy program for young children.