Army part-day preschool programs in Kaiserslautern to continue into June

Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
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Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
From Stripes.com
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.
From Stripes.com
Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogeweh Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Army officials in Kaiserslautern say they?ll be able to continue part-day child care programs next month, despite concerns those programs might have to close because of staffing shortages related in part to the federal civilian hiring freeze.

Army part-day preschool programs in Kaiserslautern to continue into June

by: Jennifer H. Svan | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: March 21, 2017

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — U.S. Army Garrison Rhineland-Pfalz’s part-day preschool programs will continue through the remainder of the school year instead of stopping April 1, as had previously been planned because of staffing shortages compounded by the federal hiring freeze, officials said.

In a letter to parents to be distributed on Monday, officials said that “despite the hiring freeze,” there will be no disruption to part-day preschool or Strong Beginnings. “These programs will continue as planned for the remainder of the school year and graduate as originally scheduled.”

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