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CBS Anchor Norah O'Donnell revisits her childhood home in South Korea
Norah O’Donnell, anchor of CBS This Morning, had the opportunity to visit her former childhood home and elementary from more than 30 years ago while reporting from South Korea. For 2 years, the O’Donnell’s family was stationed at U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan and attended Seoul American Elementary School in Seoul, South Korea. Her father was the commander of the U.S. Army’s 5th Preventative Medicine Unit.

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National School Nurse Day - May 10, 2017
This day, set aside to honor the contribution of school nurses in schools all over the world, falls in the middle of Teacher Appreciation Week.

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Decision Day, May 1, 2017
Celebrate Decision Day 2017 on May 1st – the day when DoDEA high-school seniors announce what they’ll be pursuing after graduation.

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DoDEA Green Ribbon Schools
The U.S. Department of Education (ED) honors schools each year for their sustainable facilities, health practices, and effective environmental education. The U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools Award (ED-GRS) has had a significant effect on the green schools movement and allowed ED an unprecedented platform to address school facilities, health, and environment.

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Americas Schools

Elegance on the Lawn

Elegance on the Lawn

Parents and pie partner volunteers came dressed in finery for this elegant occasion. As Principal Parks mingled through the tables, she presented each volunteer a certificate of appreciation. Guests enjoyed music and massage, food, and companionship. Read More

Europe Schools

Stuttgart HS students win national video contest

Stuttgart HS students win national video contest

SHS students, Bradley Taylor (SHS’17) and Carter Bailey (SHS’17), endeavored to tell the incredible story of Mr. Carson’s time in the military. Read More

Pacific Schools

Kadena Middle School cap it off to save world

Kadena Middle School cap it off to save world

Kadena Middle School National Junior Honor Society, or NJHS, students are saving the world one bottle cap at a time. Bottle caps, which are created with a different variety of petroleum in order to sustain pressure, cannot be wholly recycled. Read More