Schools & Youth

Local Boy Scout spearheads area beautification project

Local Boy Scout spearheads area beautification project

For nearly three years, residents of the Kelley Barracks Housing Area
on Ash Street came and went with no particular reason to stop and
literally “smell the roses.”

For that reason, R.J. Weaver, 15, decided to leave his mark on his
community, not only for his present neighbors, but for those in years
to come, by installing a garden on Sept. 5, as part of an Eagle Scout
Leadership Service Project. The garden, which includes a sign and
bench, was placed at the entrance of Weaver’s housing area.

In order to become an Eagle Scout, the highest rank attainable in the
Boy Scouts of America program, Scouts are required to complete a
leadership service project that benefits an organization other than
Scouting.

September 23, 2010 ×
Welcome back, teachers!

Welcome back, teachers!

Left to right: Patch Elementary School teachers Shawna Penilla-Williams, fifth grade; Dana Rivera, second grade, and Melissa Nettleingham, kindergarten,  share a laugh in the buffet line during the Community Welcome Back event for teachers and new community members, held at the Swabian Special Event Center on Aug. 26. The community…

September 9, 2010 ×
Back to school

Back to school

September 9, 2010 ×

All Star girls step up to plate at European Little League tourney

In Europe, no other sporting event takes precedence over World Cup Soccer.

July 15, 2010 ×
‘Out for summer, out till fall’

‘Out for summer, out till fall’

June 30, 2010 ×
Bands wage war

Bands wage war

Patch High School musicians clash in Battle of the Bands competition

June 3, 2010 ×
PES students revisit history during Kindy 500

PES students revisit history during Kindy 500

May 20, 2010 ×
Stuttgart DoDDS celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week

Stuttgart DoDDS celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week

Teachers around the world — including those in the Department of
Defense Education Activity — were honored May 2-8 during National
Teacher Appreciation Week.

May 20, 2010 ×
AP classes offer PHS students chance to cut college costs

AP classes offer PHS students chance to cut college costs

Students in U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart’s High School have an opportunity to save money.

April 22, 2010 ×
PHS students make All-Europe Honor Band, Choir

PHS students make All-Europe Honor Band, Choir

Only the best student musicians and vocalists in Europe make up the All-Europe Honor Band.

March 25, 2010 ×
PTSA builds family-school partnerships

PTSA builds family-school partnerships

It takes a lot of cupcakes and bake sales to raise $1,900.

February 25, 2010 ×
Patch wrestlers defend title with season-opener win

Patch wrestlers defend title with season-opener win

The Patch High School wrestling team set out to defend its 2008
European title as it hosted the 2009 season-opening wrestling
tournament Dec. 6.

 The results were a resounding team victory (273.5 points) over
Division I rivals Ramstein (216 points) and Wiesbaden (110 points).

December 16, 2009 ×

Symposium displays RBEMS students’ science expertise

Anna Garland’s parents drink coffee in the morning.

December 16, 2009 ×
BEMS teacher wins DoDEA Teacher of the Year award

BEMS teacher wins DoDEA Teacher of the Year award

Susan Morris is the best teacher in the Department of Defense.

November 12, 2009 ×
USAG Stuttgart children ‘Read for the Record’

USAG Stuttgart children ‘Read for the Record’

On Oct. 8, some 1,950 children in the Stuttgart military community
opened the book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar,” by Eric Carle, and read
it from cover to cover in hopes of not only learning about hungry
caterpillars, but helping to set a world record for reading.

October 30, 2009 ×