During the celebration of Month of the Military Child in April and Military Appreciation Month in May, it is time to look at what makes this particular group of children stand out from the rest.
Schools & Youth
The SHS Senior Class Council held a National College Decision Day to celebrate the beginning of a new chapter for graduating students.
The USAG Stuttgart School Liaison office and Army Community Service hosted a special event at Robinson Barracks Zentrum, April 23, in honor of the Month of the Military Child.
The upside of moving to another country is you get to be with kids just like you.
When we hear the word “MILITARY” we imagine or think of family, friends, and life.
Military life like mine is everything but normal…however, without the military I wouldn’t be me.
Being military-connected could be thought of as a curse for some kids, but I consider it a blessing.
If last year’s squad was considered the dream team, this year’s team may be labelled the super dream team.
To be a military-connected child can be the worst thing it the world, but it can also be the best thing to ever happen.
Right now, my Dad is far away and will come home this summer. I miss him. When he comes back I will hug him!
“There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure,” – Colin Powell
Right after I was born, my father had to leave in a deployment to Afghanistan.
I get to move to and visit places that most people only dream of going to.
“The IHL team has to focus on what gets the attention of our peers, and how to engage them in a way that they learn about an issue outside of their own lives, while also learning their own strengths and weaknesses when it comes to working with a group.”
When my Dad was young, he lived in Germany as well because his dad was in the Army.