The spotlight shone on teachers in all four Wiesbaden schools May 6-10. Students, parents, administrators and local leaders gathered to thank educators for their vital role in inspiring young minds and helping guide future citizens.
Jack Love explains his project at Aukamm Elementary School science fair.
Families headed to the Tony Bass Fitness Center May 10 to learn more about homeschooling.
The Army in Europe Information Technology Training Program and Knowlogy offer various classes to meet certification requirements. Fully equipped facilities across Europe provide training and certification services. For a list of courses visit https://itt.eur.army.mil/schedule.aspx or call mil 337-6022.
Capt. Yvette Soto, a lawyer with the Wiesbaden Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, discusses the movie “Twelve Angry Men” with students at Wiesbaden High School May 3. The discussion about the importance of jury trials was in observance of Law Day.
This year’s graduating class at Wiesbaden High School has more than 100 students, and 90 percent will be going on to college.
Students and parents had an evening full of fun learning at Hainerberg Elementary School’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Night on April 25.
Wiesbaden High School is among one of the several schools across the city competing in the fifth annual Leonardo Project.