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DODEA names new interim for Pacific schools

ARLINGTON, VA — Marilee Fitzgerald, Director, Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) has assigned Ms. Martha Hayes...

Pacific science whizzes compete for national honors

Three high school students from Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DODDS) in the Pacific region attended the 50th National Junior Science...

Family Matters Blog: Grants help kids stay active

WASHINGTON, May 24, 2012 – When Decorda Owens’ father deployed to Afghanistan last year with the Mississippi Army National Guard, the 13-year-old...

Seoul American HS student wins national scholarship

Russell Midomaru, a senior at Seoul American High School, has been named one of nine regional winners of a National Honor Society (NHS)...

April 27, 2012 edition of Stripes Kanto.

My thoughts on being a military child

Trimmed lawns, a dog’s bark, the smell of barbecue in the summertime: the familiar signs of home. Children play in the parking lot; their parents...

Seoul American High School student council and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority deliver donations and various supplies for kids in Namsanwon, an orphanage located near Namsan, May 20. Yongsan Motorcycle Club, the Road Dragons, provided a motorcycle escort, making the event more special and interesting for kids. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Lee Hyokang)

SAHS students deliver donations to orphanage in style

YONGSAN GARRISON, Republic of Korea -- Students from Seoul American High School and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority delivered donations and various...

Kim Jin-Ju, a 17-year-old Korean student who participated the Good Neighbor English Camp, graduated from the program May 19, 2012. Sixty-four Korean students from different areas was selected this year's program and had opportunities to spend time with American host families for a week. They became more familiar with American culture and U.S. Army base during the camp.

Korean students get taste of American life

YONGSAN GARRISON, Republic of Korea -- U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan treated Korean high school students to a little slice of Americana during the...

Pvt. Leonard explains to the entire group while in T-2 that all of them standing to his left are now in Communist North Korea, during the Seoul American Middle School visit to the Joint Security Area on the border of North Korea and South Korea, May 18, 2012.

American students visit DMZ, North Korea

PANMUNJOM, South Korea (May 22, 2012) -- Seoul American Middle School students visited Camp Bonifas and the Joint Security Area on the border of...

DoDEA students grade high on science assessment

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA — Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) eighth grade students continued their strong performance...

Garrett Holdaway, 11, arrived with his parents at Joint Base Lewis-MChord, Wash., from Okinawa, Japan. His mother has founded a nonprofit pilot program for autistic children arising from Garrett's education challenges

Keeping pace with special needs children

JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash., Oct. 17, 2011 -- On a sunny afternoon in late September, 11-year-old Garrett Holdaway went to recess.

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Students take part in Casey Elementary School's 2nd annual spelling bee, which saw participation of the school's 42 best spellers from grades 2 through 8 at the Camp Casey theater April 4. Andrew Min (standing) and George Morris, were the final contestants in the middle school session. Min took the middle school championship. Photo Credit: U.S. Army/Franklin Fisher

Students duel to spelling championship

CAMP CASEY, South Korea -- It's of course too early to know whether some future graduate of the Casey Elementary School will turn out to be the...

Warning Signs that a Child is Being Bullied

What is bullying?

Bullying among children is aggressive behavior that is intentional and that involves an imbalance of...

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