***image1***Sparky the Fire Dog of the 435th Civil Enginneer Squadron firefighters signs autographs as Smith Elementary School children eagerly await their turn. The second-graders from Baumholder enjoyed a visit from Sparky while learning about fire safety as part of a base tour of Ramstein recently. The students also visited a […]
Landstuhl Middle School drama class presented the hit musical
***image1***Kids at Ramstein American Elementary School pay final respects to television. In celebration of TV Turnoff Week, the children held a TV funeral recently. Participants offered parting words and placed flowers on the grave in preparation for a week without TV. The tombstone read: R.I.P. Here lies TV. Born 1948. […]
The KMC installation commander, school administrators and parents share a common interest in the safety of school age children.
Department of Defense Dependent Schools and many local Parent Teacher Associations across Europe will be joining America in celebrating National PTA Teacher Appreciation Week.
Recently students of Kaiserslautern American High School, Ramstein American High School and Kaiserslautern Middle School went to Morfelden, Germany to participate in the annual Department of Defense Dependent Schools Europe Future Business Leaders of America Spring Conference.
On Wednesday afternoons, Landstuhl Elementary and Middle School is quite a busy place. Tutors from the community come to work one-on-one with LEMS students. Among the many tutors are two exceptional teens.
The Model United Nations club at Ramstein American High School recently hosted a conference with participants from Ivanovo and Yaroslavl, Russia; Minsk, Belarus; Lakenheath, England, and the KMC.
Child Find is a program that seeks to identify all individuals, 3 to 21-years-old, with special needs. For people who know or suspect a child who may need special education and lives in the KMC, they are advised to contact the Case Study Committee office at the appropriate school. Ages […]