Department of Defense Education Activity

Landstuhl ES: School Activities

All after school clubs and activities (i.e. jump rope, art, music, math, sports, etc.)will normally meet only on days that the school follows a full day schedule, NOT on early release days. There is no extra-curricular activity bus for students who participate in these activities. Parents whose child frequently rides a bus must make transportation and/or other arrangements for the student to be picked up from school following the activity. Notification of these activities will be sent to the parent along with the day and time of the activity. In addition, due to unforeseen training, meetings, or teacher absences, an activity may be canceled without advanced notice. The sponsoring teacher will endeavor to notify students and parents of the canceled activity if time permits. If the activity is canceled at the last minute, students will be notified through the school intercom system at the end of the instructional day.

Sponsors of clubs and extracurricular activities determine academic and behavioral (disciplinary) requirements that students must meet to participate in school sponsored extracurricular activities or to hold a leadership position in a curriculum-related club, team or student organization.


Europe Student Activities

All students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities whether they be athletic, academic or social in nature. These activities help to shape students and prepare them for the future as part of a well rounded education.

Some of our athletics and activities are Europe based events, which means that there is a culminating area wide championship for athletics that mimics a state championship. Europe Activities are support curriculum and offer area wide available throughout the year that range from art, drama and music to math, language and film/entertainment. More information concerning Europe specific activities can be found under on the  DoDEA Europe, Student Activities page.

Fall Season

Golf, Cross Country, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Cheer

Required Documents: Power of attorney, yearly physical and inherent risk form; must maintain a 2.0 GPA or above with no more than 2 F's at any time; 10 practice dates before first competition.

Open To: Grades 9th - 12th

Spring Season

Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Track and Field

Required Documents: Power of attorney, yearly physical and inherent risk form; must maintain a 2.0 GPA or above with no more than 2 F's at any time; 10 practice dates before first competition.

Open To: Grades 9th - 12th

Winter Season

Basketball, Cheer, Swimming, Wrestling

Required Documents: Power of attorney, yearly physical and inherent risk form; must maintain a 2.0 GPA or above with no more than 2 F's at any time; 10 practice dates before first competition.

Open To: Grades 9th - 12th

Europe Student Activities

All students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities whether they be athletic, academic or social in nature. These activities help to shape students and prepare them for the future as part of a well rounded education.

Some of our athletics and activities are Europe based events, which means that there is a culminating area wide championship for athletics that mimics a state championship. Europe Activities are support curriculum and offer area wide available throughout the year that range from art, drama and music to math, language and film/entertainment. More information concerning Europe specific activities can be found under on the  DoDEA Europe, Student Activities page.

Brain Bowl

Brain Bowl

Meeting Time: 1450 - 1600

Meeting Days: Wednesday

Open To: Middle School only.

Choir

Choir

Meeting Time: 1500 - 1600

Meeting Days: Tuesday

Open To: Grades 4th - 8th

German Study Club

All German foreign language students may participate. Students receive homework and study assistance. Enrichment is also provided. Students may use German websites as well.

Meeting Time: 1450 - 1610

Meeting Days: Wednesday

Additional Info: Students may bring a snack for themselves or everyone.

Keyboard

Keyboard

Meeting Time: 1500 - 1600

Meeting Days: Monday

Open To: 4th - 8th grades students with a signed permission form.

Math Counts

A national middle school coaching and competitive mathematics program that promotes mathematics achievement through a series of fun and engaging contests.

Meeting Time: 1450 - 1545

Meeting Days: Tuesday,Friday

Open To: Middle School

Middle School Student Council

Student Council is a club where student representatives support the student body with opportunities and activities. It is student elected, student run and managed. Traditionally at Landstuhl EMS the student council has sponsored dances, campus clean ups, candy grams, locker decorating, poem in your pocket day, and spirit weeks to name a few. The club is limited only by the drive and determination of its members.

Meeting Time: 1445 - 1545

Meeting Days: Thursday

Additional Info: Every 2nd and 4th Thursday

Military History Club

Military History Club

Meeting Time: 1450 - 1545

Meeting Days: Thursday

Additional Info: Every other Thursday

National Junior Honor Society

The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) at Landstuhl is a service oriented student organization. In order to be inducted, members must be outstanding in Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Citizenship and Character. Members have provided many service hours to the school and community including Thanksgiving dinner for the Fisher House, helping the Wounded Warrior Center, providing babysitting for the PTSA and other organizations meeting at the school, leading orientation tours at the first of the school year, and beautifying the middle school courtyard, as well as other activities.

Meeting Time: 1450 - 1545

Meeting Days: Monday

Additional Info: Except the first Monday of each month.

Nonfiction Reading Club

Nonfiction Reading Club

Meeting Time: 1440 - 1540

Meeting Days: Wednesday,Tuesday

Open To: Grades 3rd - 5th

Additional Info: 3rd Grade meets on Tuesdays, 4th & 5th Grades meet on Wednesdays

Yearbook

Students learn how to take proper pictures and learn to use software for creating the school yearbook. Students will be responsible for attending school events to take pictures and sort through the pictures to choose what would look best in the book.