School Notebook

AF Academy, AFROTC
scholarships explained
Middle and high school students and their parents are invited to Ramstein American High School at 6 p.m. Monday, in Great Hall, for a presentation on U.S. Air Force Academy and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps scholarship programs.
Details include deadlines, test scores and interview requirements.
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Key links in the application processes are KMC Admissions Liaison Officers. You can contact the following ALOs for help: Capt. Dave Allen at 06371-47-2242, Maj. Rich Parrotte at 06371-47-6985 or Lt. Col. Linda Rosenmerkel at 06371-47-5007.

***image1***LEMS Brain Bowl team takes first in district
Landstuhl Elementary and Middle School Brain Bowl Team 1 recently took first place in the Kaiserslautern District Brain Bowl. Thirteen teams from seven middle schools competed at Heaton Auditorium, answering questions from a wide range of topics.
“This is such a great event,” said Elaine Edwards, Landstuhl sponsor and event hostess. “These kids get to show how much they know about such a wide variety of topics.”  (Above)  The winning team, Michael Rynders,  Tim Putnam, Robbie Knetsche and Joseph Craver compete.
Young Lee, from Landstuhl’s Team 2, was named most valuable player for earning the most points for Landstuhl. Second place was claimed by the Bitburg Team 1, and third place by Ramstein Team 1.

***image2***Home Ec Club sends goods to Katrina victims
Katrina victims have not been forgotten. Kaiserslautern American Middle School student Natalie Black, a member of the Home Economics Club,  packs school supplies collected by the club for students affected by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana.

KAMS seeks PTSA leaders
The Kaiserslautern American Middle School Parent Teacher Student Association is looking for volunteers to head up the PTSA next school year.
The PTSA needs to fill positions of president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer. For more information and details on the duties of each position contact

PTSA ‘Fayre’
The Ramstein American High School Parent Teacher Student Association will  host an “Antique and Cigarette Card Fayre” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the RAHS Great Hall. The event features antique dealer Everitt Antiques from England and Gazely Cigarette Card Sales, with framed, collectable cigarette card sets in a theme for every interest. All proceeds benefit Ramstein high school.

Jr. high prom
KMC middle schoolers  are invited to a junior high prom, hosted by the Zeta Archonettes, Mu Theta Zeta International Chapter,  from 7 to 11 p.m. May 20, at the Armstrong Club.
Admission is $10 in advance and $15 at the door.  Proceeds go to community service activities. Call Sherry Simmons at 0162-234-1218 for more information.