A new library is now open on Smith Barracks. You don’t need a library card, there are no late fees, there is no librarian hovering ominously nearby ensuring that a book does not accidently fall into your coat pocket and it’s open 24/7.
Math Counts Math Counts students at Landstuhl Elementary/Middle School try to achieve the Math Counts Gold level status again. If achieved, this will be the sixth time they have achieved this award. LEMS is the only school in Department of Defense Education Activity that has achieved Gold level this many […]
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Children all over the world are counting the days until Santa Claus makes his big appearance. But more importantly, they all know he is watching. Santa sees everything.
The holiday break looms ahead. On one hand, we’re thankful for the break from work and school, and on the other we quickly tire of the hustle and bustle and the commercialism of the season. Growing up in the ’80s, a deck of cards or a board game could compete with the lure of video games, which were limited to geometric shapes moving jerkily across the screen and oversized joysticks.
“This is the music room,” said young Emilian Lindemann in his best English to the American guests. The second-grader and his classmates at Göttschied Elementary School were showing three U.S. Soldiers their school.
From the first time people open their eyes they are always learning. Growing up, parents, teachers, coaches and many other people have stressed the importance of education, but in some circumstances, such as being an Airman, people need to be educated on how to get an education.
Most Soldiers learn the ways of leadership from a very early stage in their military career. They are taught to use their experience, education and abilities to mentor younger Soldiers and accomplish the mission. Some Soldiers in the Kaiserslautern area will use the same qualities to mentor high school students.