DoDEA students face unique social and emotional challenges. On average, they move six to nine times during their school years. As a result, they have to adjust to new schools and establish new relationships, as well as to cope with frequent parental separations and deployments. While these children are resilient, they are not invulnerable. They need connection with others to provide them with the strength the need to thrive in their new environments.
The Kaiserslautern military community in Germany strives to create these connections through compassionate support, fostering supportive relationships. They strive to help the children find the strength they need to overcome the challenges they face.
Nominee's for this project includes the Garrison Commander, DoDEA Superintendents, Principals, students, parents, spiritual leaders, psychologists, psychiatrists, law enforcement officers and teachers.
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