The Landstuhl Elementary School PTSA hosted several events for Read Across America Week. Each class had a “Book Picnic” featuring guest readers from the fifth grade, and a book themed snack cart. There was a school-wide Mystery Author contest and everyone that guessed correctly won a free book. The whole […]
Students at Landstuhl Elementary School use Beebots to learn the basics of coding during Computers in Education Week. They had great fun creating simple code to program their Beebots and finding the bugs in their programs.
In October, Landstuhl Elementary School began hosting LEGO Club as an after school activity for grades K-3. LEGO play is a great way for students to develop and reinforce play and social skills while having fun! LEGO Club meets weekly in the library where students can choose between free-building, using […]
Every year, thousands of German kids carry a “Schultüte” to their first day of school. The cones have been a German tradition for more than 100 years. Although there are no records of its actual origins, the so-called “Schultüte” or “Zuckertüte” seems to have been introduced to school children in […]
The Palatinate Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution are pleased to recognize four military connected seniors from DODEA high schools in Germany with the prestigious Good Citizens Award. These students have consistently demonstrated the qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism to an outstanding […]
Students returned from spring break to finish the school year in the new Kaiserslautern Elementary School building.
Kaiserslautern High School’s Project Horizon team conducted a High Altitude Balloon launch and placed a suite of cameras and science experiments 35,596 meters into the stratosphere on June 7.
Due to COVID-19, Department of Defense Education Activity Europe transitioned to a digital learning environment and after-school programs were cancelled.