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AAFES Delivers Valuable Learning Experience to Students Who “Make the Grade”

DALLAS – The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is extending a host of straight “A” savings to military students who are demonstrating above-average academic achievement. As part of AAFES’ “You Made the Grade” effort, students who maintain a “B” average are eligible to receive a variety of complimentary exchange offers for every qualifying report card they bring home.

The current “You Made the Grade” booklet includes coupons for a free Burger King Hamburger Kids meal, complimentary admission for two to the nearest Reel Time movie theater and a free magazine from the local BookMark. In addition to money saving offers, the booklet also contains an entry form for a quarterly savings bond drawing in which three winners are randomly awarded savings bonds of $2,000, $3,000 or $5,000.

“‘You Made the Grade’ offers a practical learning experience for AAFES’ youngest shoppers,” said AAFES’ Commander Brig. Gen. Keith Thurgood. “The coupons and the sweepstakes are tangible examples of how it pays to be smart and work hard in school.”

To receive the AAFES “You Made the Grade” booklet, students simply present a valid military ID card and proof of an overall “B” or better average to their local BX/PX.

Students may receive one coupon package for every qualifying report card, but may enter the savings bond drawing only once per calendar quarter. Military families can contact their local AAFES Main Store Manager or General Manager for more information.

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Saving for college? Use your commissary benefit

By Carole Young 

     FORT LEE, Va. – Ask young service members today why they enlisted or re-enlisted in the military and often their reply will be – education. For many young people with limited financial resources, military service has become a viable option to offset the increasing cost of a higher education. And one of the best ways college-bound service members can save for that education is by using their commissary benefit.

Commissary “Grab-n-Go” goes to school

By Herb Greene

     FORT LEE, Va. – Oh no! This can’t be happening. Your wife had an early formation. The command group called and wants you off leave and back on duty now. The school bus has just turned onto your street and you haven’t made lunches for the kids. If you’ve got packaged meals from the commissary, however, there’s no need to panic...

       DoDEA Students Continue to Score Well

By Janet Rope

Arlington, VA -  The 2003 test results show that DoDEA students' average scores remain consistently higher than the national average (50th percentile) in all subject areas (Reading, Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Science) at all grade levels tested (3-11). Thirty-seven (37) of the 45 subtest scores were 10-20 points above the national average of 50%; five (5) subtest scores were 21-25 points higher than national average; and three (3) subtest scores were 7-9 points higher than the 50th percentile.

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The GI benefits are available to active duty, Reserve and Guard personnel.  In addition, the U.S. Veteran's administration and state veteran services offices sponsor programs that offer veterans and the dependants of veterans access to educational benefits. 

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DOD Students Score High on National Test

by Army Sgt. 1st Class Doug Sample

 DOD Outperforms

Results show Defense Department school system students scored consistently higher than the national average on a 
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