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Pasta fazul!

Pasta fazul!

***image1***Cortney Pritchard, Charles Harmon and Christian Cabigas, students in Dorla Graczyk’s third grade class at Ramstein American Intermediate School watch as Master Sgt. James Pritchard, U.S. Air Forces in Europe, command fuels war reserve material superintendent and parent, serves his specialty spaghetti and meatballs. Sergeant Pritchard prepared the treat for […]

January 30, 2004 ×

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School bus safety policy strongly enforced

Good order among students on the bus is fundamental to safety.
Safe student transportation is one of Department of Defense Dependent Schools Europe

January 30, 2004 ×

Schools

Students enjoy German opera

Rebecca Ryburn
Contributing writer

Students from Kaiserslautern American High School

January 23, 2004 ×

Schools

Schools enforce ‘No Smoking Policy’

Schools enforce ‘No Smoking Policy’

Maj. Mike Young
435th Air Base Wing
Public Affairs

The Department of Defense Dependent Schools within the KMC are partnering with military leaders, parents and students to enforce a long-standing no-smoking policy at all KMC schools.

January 23, 2004 ×

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Parental involvement key to educational support   

by Barbara Worden
U.S. Air Forces in Europe
School Liaison Office

In today

January 16, 2004 ×

Schools

School students express feelings through art

School students express feelings through art

Courtesy Sembach Elementary School

At Sembach Elementary School students set the standard for behavior. Thirty-five students helped create a mural on the playground to remind each other of behaviors they expect.

January 16, 2004 ×

Schools

KAHS junior class representatives visit injured servicemembers

Officers of the Kaiserslautern American High School

January 9, 2004 ×

Schools

Renovation improves LEMS classrooms

Spc. Todd Goodman
Landsthul Regional Medical Center

“Sometimes the smell just gets you,” said Dr. George Carpenter, principal of Landstuhl Elementary and Middle School, regarding the condition of the school’s temporary classrooms. The smell can be attributed to mold, which is the reason the school is replacing the 10 classrooms adjacent to the main administration building. “It’s […]

January 9, 2004 ×