Castles, dragons, knights and princesses provide fertile ground for a child’s’ imagination, and as the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Religious Support Office discovered, a majestic stage for its summer outreach ministry.
Schools & Youth
Is eating on the run the norm for your family? Busy family schedules often lead to fast foods and convenience foods. Unfortunately, many of these on-the-go food choices may not provide important nutrients children need for good health.
Students and parents head to Robinson Barracks Elementary/Middle School Aug. 26.
Drive with caution, particularly when traveling through school zones or near bus stops.
Families, friends and educators packed the Sindelfingen Stadthalle June 5 as Patch High School’s Class of 2013 received their diplomas.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers commanding general made a pitch to spur
more interest in science, technology, engineering and math among
American students during a visit to Patch High School May 14.
With Advanced Placement tests and final exams around the corner, Patch
High School students were urged to laugh their test-associated anxieties
U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Commander Col. John P. Stack speaks to Patch High School Environmental Science Club members April 25 before they plant a beech tree near the entrance of U.S. European Command Headquarters on Patch Barracks to commemorate Earth Day and Arbor Day. The students also volunteered to pick…
Winter hats replace Easter bonnets during the U.S. Army Garrison
Stuttgart Child, Youth and School Services-sponsored Easter egg hunt
held March 30 on Husky Field.
Making progress in bullying prevention
Recovering a three-dimensional shoe impression left in the snow is not your average high school assignment. Yet for Abby Peterson, a Patch High School senior it’s all in a day’s work. Peterson, 18, is enrolled in the school’s Career Practicum program, a one- to three-credit course designed to offer students…
Cub Scout den leader Robert Post fires up Scouts of Troop 44 Wolf Den 2
BEMS eighth-graders, including Destiny Keller (from left) and Camille Cline,