In April, Robinson Barracks Elementary School PTSA hosted a variety of events for students as well as the Stuttgart military community.
Schools & Youth
Enjoy essays and art from military youth every Monday!
To help you and your child adjust and get the sleep you both need set up a bedtime routine that helps prepare your bodies and minds for sleep.
A reading exhibition featuring selections from published stories, poems, folklore, history, essays, speeches and written biographies was held at Patch Middle School, April 13.
Every Monday read and enjoy art and essays from the Stuttgart youth.
“By providing a reading alternative to the younger generational preference for electronics, I had hoped my project would grant everyone in the USAG Stuttgart community an opportunity to read more,” Taylor said.
Stuttgart youth tell their stories through drawings and eassys, read more every Monday.
The student body of Stuttgart Elementary School got a break from classes to participate in a semi-annual evacuation drill, April 12.
All students must register or re-register to attend Stuttgart DODEA schools in April for the new school year.
Did you know some kinds of praise are more effective than others?
The goal of the month is to cultivate the love of reading with the students, teachers, and parents at RBES – Janis Renninger.
Jonnen Messer, a 5th grade student from Ramstein Intermediate was named champion of the European PTA Regional Spelling Bee.
Intrepid young inventors used dominoes, duct tape and determination to make contraptions at the Patch Library Rube Goldberg Workshop, March 10.
Outstanding music students, including 19 from Patch Middle School, performed at the Middle School Honors Band Festival, March 1.
Read Across America is an annual celebration of reading held on the birthday of Theodor “Dr. Seuss” Geisel, born March 2, 1904.