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.
Big Bad Wolf on trial Capts. Stephen Hermann and Eric Tellado, attorneys with the Wiesbaden Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, conducted a mock trial with Wiesbaden Middle School students [...]
Photos from the induction ceremony for the Delta Epsilon Phi Honor Society for German language studies at Wiesbaden High School April 25.
The Wiesbaden High School RoboWarriors competed in the Orlando FIRST Regional Competition March 7-9 and came in 45th out of 61 teams. The team competed in the Las Vegas FIRST Competition April 4-6 to place 19th out of 49 teams.
Wiesbaden High School’s Big Bucks for College organization hosts a May Fest school carnival May 5 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the school. The event will feature games, prizes, food, a silent auction, cake decorating contest, 5-on-5 football, 3-on-3 basketball and more.
Hainerberg Elementary School students love paper. They like crafting creative messages and enjoy recycling it after it has been used. Just ask the members of teacher Carmen Hernandez fourth-grade class and kindergarten teacher Lynn Wheeler’s Recycling Club. “They are all so enthusiastic,” said Wheeler, about the 30 third-, fourth- and fifth-graders who volunteer to promote recycling at the school.
April is the Month of the Military Child and there are numerous events in the community to reinforce the message to military children that they are celebrated and honored for the challenges that come with their unique lifestyle.