High school graduation is a special time, and Stars and Stripes is pleased to once again be putting together our annual Grad Tab, highlighting information on all of the Pacific DoDEA high schools and their graduating classes.
Defense Department schools in Japan and South Korea will remain closed beyond spring break and virtual instructions will continue “until further notice” due to ongoing coronavirus concerns, school officials announced Tuesday.
As COVID-19 continues to create uncertainty, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service remains committed to supporting Soldiers, Airmen and military families, just has it has for nearly 125 years. With schools going virtual amid the pandemic, the Exchange has implemented a grab-and-go school meal program for students in Korea, Europe, Okinawa and...
More than 200 military medical students and graduate nursing students from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, known as USU, will be graduating early to support their colleagues in the U.S. military health system amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
Skylar Venn, 16, left, a volunteer from the Camp Zama Youth Center, and William Birdsall, a program assistant at the center, unload canned goods from a van at the Camp Zama Chapel, Camp Zama, Japan, March 19, 2020.
Glitter, glue, Play-Doh and paint, oh my! If the kiddos are getting a little rambunctious and need a creative outlet, it may be time to get down with a crafternoon (crafty afternoon). From easy friendship bracelets to stress balls, there is a plethora of things to keep minds and hands engaged. Here are 10 kid-approved crafts to try out.
With the threat of schools closing, digital learning is a fantastic alternative; however, it can also present a unique set of challenges. After speaking with a few who have experienced similar situations in South Korea, here are a few ways to help keep your kids on track as they embark in unfamiliar territory.
The child development center at the home of the Navy’s 7th Fleet has been shuttered after one of its regular attendees was tested for the coronavirus, according to a Wednesday letter to parents posted to the base’s official Facebook page.