Schoolbits – December 17, 2015


School closures
All students will be out from Dec. 21 until Jan. 4, 2016 for the winter break.

School contact information
Below is contact information for school administrators, the school liaison officer, school bus office and the district superintendents who steer Department of Defense Education Activity schools in U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden.
The Kaiserslautern District Superintendent’s Office is responsible for the four schools in the Wiesbaden area in addition to other Kaiserslautern area schools.
District Superintendent
Kaiserslautern District Superintendent: Dr. Dell McMullen; Assistant Superintendents: Carl Albrecht and Frank Simone; mil 489-5902, civ (0631) 536-5902.
Wiesbaden schools
Schools Officer: Peter Witmer, mil 548-9305; civ (0611) 143-548-9305.
Hainerberg Elementary School: mil 337-2220; civ (0611) 705-2220.
Principal: Sandy Zigler; Assistant Principal: Tracy Vargas
Aukamm Elementary School: mil 337-6261; civ (0611) 705-6261.
Principal: Barbara Mueller
Wiesbaden Middle School: mil 337-2240; civ (0611) 705-2240.
Principal: Dr. Susan Hargis; Assistant Principal: Jeff Pond
Wiesbaden High School: mil 337-2260; civ (0611) 705-2260.
Principal: Greg Hatch; Assistant Principal: Michael Jimerson
School Bus Office: Located in a small, red building next to the Wiesbaden Middle School entrance in Hainerberg Housing.
Hours are 8 a.m to 2:15 p.m. and 3-4 p.m. Call mil 337-2240; civ (0611) 337-2240.

Dependent IDs
Wiesbaden students leaving the school campus during the school day must carry their Department of Defense dependent ID cards on- and off-campus with them at all times. Guards will conduct checks periodically.


School buses
The garrison encourages students to utilize the Department of Defense Dependents School buses that receive priority access to the installation. They are currently being utilized by less than 50 percent of those registered to ride them. For questions about acquiring a bus pass for your child, please call mil 337-2240 or civ (0611) 705-2240. Also, if buses are parked around school, dropping off or picking up students, drivers may pass them. It is a DoDEA and garrison expectation that parents walk their child to and from school/bus stop.