Post Tagged with: "Ramstein Middle School"

RMS congratulates spelling bee winners

RMS congratulates spelling bee winners

Photo by Brianna Hester
March 2, 2017 ×
Tech. Sgt. Jeffrey Orina, U.S. Air Forces in Europe Civil Engineering, assists students with the eyesight portion of the health screening Sept. 19 at Ramstein Middle School.

Volunteers make screening possible at RMS

Photos by Donald Seltzer

Tech. Sgt. Jeffrey Orina, U.S. Air Forces in Europe Civil Engineering, assists students with the eyesight portion of the health screening Sept. 19 at Ramstein Middle School.

October 6, 2016 ×
RMS take field trip to airfield

RMS take field trip to airfield

Photo by Josh Adams
June 3, 2016 ×
To get a look at life in an American middle school, 55 eighth-grade students and their teachers from the Reichswald-Gymnasium in Ramstein-Miesenbach spent the day at Ramstein Middle School April 19. RMS students from Justine McCauley’s German I and II classes hosted the students by providing tours of the school, examples of typical classroom instruction, a potluck luncheon and more. This was the ninth year German-language classes at the RMS and the local German school have exchanged visits.

Experiencing American middle school

Photo by David Eldredge
May 19, 2016 ×
RMS visits base water plant

RMS visits base water plant

Photo by Johnette Scott
May 5, 2016 ×
Courtesy photo
Ramstein Middle School representatives participated in a Virtual Town Hall Meeting which included (from left to right) teacher Sequinn Lee; parents Chaplain (Capt.) Matthew Streett, Jennifer Cline and Suzanne Villella; student Austin Brindowski; and Principal Josh Adams.

RMS participates in DODEA’s Virtual Town Hall Meeting

Ramstein Middle School was one of six schools worldwide chosen to participate in the Department of Defense Education Activity’s recent Virtual Town Hall Meeting.

October 29, 2015 ×
Elijah Muhammad, Ramstein Middle School student, dribbles the ball toward a goal during the KMC Adaptive Sports soccer event Oct. 15 on Vogelweh. Special needs students from Ramstein and Vogelweh middle and high schools had the opportunity to play soccer against each other and build camaraderie.

Students score during KMC Adaptive Sports event

Story and photo by Airman 1st Class Larissa Greatwood 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

Ramstein and Vogelweh middle and high school special needs students participated in the first soccer match for the KMC Adaptive Sports Oct. 15.

October 29, 2015 ×
Staff Sgt. David Lund, 86th Civil Engineer Squadron, Civil Engineer Fire Department, mans the blood pressure station while Students at Ramstein Middle School receive their annual health screening. With the assistance of volunteers from numerous organizations within the base medical community, more than 860 students in grades six through eight were seen in three short days. Among the many organizations that provided volunteers were the U.S. Air Forces in Europe Surgeon General, 86th Aerospace Medical Squadron, 86th CES, 86th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, 86th Medical Support Squadron, 86th Medical Group and 21st Operational Weather Squadron. These civilians and service members were friendly, helpful, efficient and, above all, patient. Without their support, students could not have received their health screening in such a timely manner.

Students receive annual health screening

Courtesy of Ramstein Middle School
October 9, 2015 ×
Sixth-grade students from Ramstein Middle School pet a peregrine falcon as a part of a Falconer Show presented for Earth Day, April 16th, 2015, at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. A hood was placed over the falcon’s head so that it would not be frightened by the crowd and attempt to fly off. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tryphena Mayhugh)

Ramstein students dive into Earth Day

Story and photos by Airman 1st Class Tryphena Mayhugh 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

The 86th Airlift Wing Flight Safety Office provided a Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard demonstration April 16 for Ramstein Middle School students.

April 23, 2015 ×
Photo by Pat KieblerRepresenting the parents, students and teachers at Ramstein Middle School for school year 2014-15 are the newly elected members of the executive board: (from left) Senior Master Sgt. Brandi Jones (first vice president), Master Sgt. James Barrus (president), Donald Seltzer (parliamentarian) and Janet Priddy (treasurer). Not pictured are Lorraine Gonzales (second vice president) and Laura McGann (secretary). If you are looking to volunteer in your child’s school — or want to volunteer in the community because you don’t have children — consider joining the RMS PTSA. Volunteer positions of all kinds are available. For more information, email

RMS PTSA names new executive board

June 26, 2014 ×