DoDEA is pleased to announce the DoDDS Teacher Transfer Program for School Year 2015-16. Applications must be submitted by February 6, 2015, 5 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. - Read More...
The Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) will participate in the 2015 National History Teacher of the Year (NHTOY) competition. - Read More...
With “FAFSA season” just around the corner, the First Lady’s Reach Higher initiative has launched its FAFSA Completion Challenge, urging high schools to increase Free Application for Federal Student Aid completion rates among seniors. - Read More...
February Days Off for Students
The KMC school calendar receives input from all of the schools and command in the KMC, including the School Liaison's Offices of both the Army and Air Force. I know that it can be very frustrating when looking at the calendar and seeing all of the days when students will not be in school. When the calendar is set that there is a concentrated effort to try to have the least impact as possible.
February 2: Parent / Teacher Conferences for new students or requested by teacher or parent
Monday, February 2 - Super Bowl Monday – traditionally in Europe military/civilian members have received a late reporting time so parent/teacher conferences are scheduled. Parent / Teacher conference information will be sent out by your child’s teacher.
February 16: Continuing School Improvement Day
Tuesday, February 16 - Fasching Tuesday, is part of the “parade” season in Germany before Ash Wednesday. Villages across the area have parades and our buses have limited on no access to villages on this day. Wednesday, February 17 is Ash Wednesday with many parades being held on Tuesday.
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The vision of Ramstein Elementary School in partnership with the military community is to promote educational experiences that guide, focus, and challenge all students to reach their maximum potential as productive citizens in a global society.
Goal 1: All students will demonstrate growth in mathematical communication skills, concepts, and reasoning as measured by school based assessments.
Goal 2: All students will demonstrate growth in reading comprehension through a balanced literacy program as measured by school based assessments.
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It is the responsibility of the parents or guardians to notify the school every time a student is absent.