School Notebook

Author Barbara Coloroso to speak at RAHS
Ramstein American High School Parent Teacher Student Association
welcomes back to the school internationally known author Barbara
Coloroso, who specializes in areas of parenting, teaching and school
discipline, at 7 p.m. May 22 in the high school gymnasium.

Donations of $3 will be accepted for adults and $1 for students.
Coloroso will focus her presentation on themes of ethics and values, as
featured in her latest book Just Because It’s Not Wrong Doesn’t Make It
Right and the topic of bullying from The Bullied, the Bully, and the
Both books will be on sale.

***image2***LEMS honor students ‘tapped’ for society
middle school students were inducted into the National Junior Honor
Society at Landstuhl Elementary and Middle School May 2. They were
selected first on the basis of scholarship, then they were given

A faculty council met, reviewed the applications
and selected the candidates to be inducted, reviewing their many
accomplishments in the areas of leadership, service, character and
citizenship. Above, sixth-grader Molly Weslund is inducted by
eighth-grader John Lesinski during the “tapping” part of the ceremony
where new members are tapped to join the Society.

Ramstein High musicians plan two nights of shows
Spring has arrived and Ramstein American High School is all about music.
school’s Concert Winds and Royal Singers groups will present a “Spring
Concert” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, in the school gymnasium. Admission is free.

Jazz Limited presents “Big Band Jazz for Dessert” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, in the school’s Great Hall.
Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for students. Dessert
will be served.

***image1***In the KMC, it’s  ‘Battle of the Books’
than 100 fourth-graders from Kaiserslautern American Elementary School,
Vogelweh Elementary School, Sembach Middle School, Landstuhl Elementary
and Middle, and Ramstein Intermediate School participated in the 15th
annual Battle of the Books April 26.

Students read at least 10
books from a list given to them in September, gathered to answer
questions in a game-show venue at the Kaiserslautern American High
School auditorium. Each school presented a commercial for one of
the books. Above, Sembach student and team captain Christina
Adkins gives her team’s answer to a literary question.