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Schools & Youth
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.
Garrison firefighters and Soldiers of the 554th Military Police Company gave students high-fives and a sustained round of applause during a last-day-of-school “clap-out” at Stuttgart Elementary and High Schools, June 14.
Did you know the favorite jellybean of Minnesota is black licorice?
RBES students have a busy finish to the school year.
The Stuttgart Community Spouses Club (SCSC) awarded $79,000 to 34 members of the Stuttgart High School class of 2018, June 1, in the school auditorium on Panzer Kaserne.
Read a letter to upcoming seniors full of advice and words of wisdom from graduating senior Hannah Rhoden.
The Drama Club at Patch Elementary School recently put on their production of “The Fairy Tale Network,” a children’s play by John Woodard.
RBES 5th grader explore World War II history in Esslingen.
Students taught students as future tennis stars learned about the sport at a tennis camp held at Stuttgart High School, April 22.
Braving Barcelona encourages you to try local foods, such as paella and manchego cheese, and learn more about the history and symbols of Spain’s second largest city.
Patch Middle School 8th grader Luci Caralyne Parden took first place for dancers under age 14 at the 2018 World Irish Dance Association (WIDA) World Championship Competition in Maastricht, The Netherlands, April 6.
To cap a month of recognizing the challenges faced by military children, a Month of the Military Child Spring Fest was held for kids at the Patch Fitness Center, April 28. The fest was orchestrated by the USAG Stuttgart Army Community Service and assisted by a number of sponsors.
The SCSC is looking for all organizations to participate in its annual Adopt a Barracks program throughout the month of May for Military Appreciation Month.