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Phone: 644-5657
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Email: PublicAffairs@pac.dodea.edu

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Arnn Elementary School

Arnn's music teacher leads upper elementary students as they sing patriotic songs honoring our soldiers and the American way of life. Students performed for the school and held a special evening performance for the parent

Sollars Elementary School

These first graders listen to the voice of a friend on the other side of the jungle gym during recess time.

Sollars Elementary School

These students make cookies for soldiers as a part of a Deployment Group activity run by the counselors. Students whose parents are deployed meet together regularly with the counselors to talk.

Sollars Elementary School

Members of the Sollars Elementary Jazz Band show off their musical talent at a concert held for parents and students.

Sollars Elementary School

These first grade students are happy to reconnect on the playground after a restful summer vacation.

Sollars Elementary School

The Safety Patrol members wake up early and are the last to leave school each day. They work hard to keep the students of Sollars safe as they walk to and from school.

Sollars Elementary School

Students came together as part of an attempt to set a new Guinness record for the most people Sportstacking in one day. Over 100 students were part of the record breaking event. Students spent 30 minutes competing.

Sollars Elementary School

These first graders enjoy their friendship and the sunshine at recess on their first day back to school.

Sollars Elementary School

This first grader concentrates as he moves his cups in the Great Stack Up event. More than 100 students came together to successfully set a new Guinness record for the most Sportstacking in one day.

Sollars Elementary School

Edgren High School football players make their way through the Sollars hallways. Sollars Elementary School won an AAFES sponsored contest among the schools in the Misawa Complex and were rewarded with a fun community parade.

Sollars Elementary School

Third graders show their excitement to be outside in the first big snow of the year.

Sollars Elementary School

Students learn to love winter in northern Japan where the annual snowfall averages around 120 inches.

Sollars Elementary School

This student is ready to make a snowman during recess.