David Wachob, Kinesiology, Health, and Sport Science teacher education program coordinator, established an agreement with the Ramey School
in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, to allow IUP teacher candidates to complete their experience with the school.
Wachob, along with another KHSS teacher education faculty, Dave Lorenzi, recently traveled to Aguadilla and toured the school. While there, they met with teachers and administrators, and observed several classes. They also visited
the USCG Air Station Borinquen to establish housing options for the students while they are living there. Students will be staying in military housing, where they have access to the base amenities, including fitness center, swimming pool, library,
Ramey Unit School occupies 20 lush, tropical acres located in the northwest corner of Puerto Rico near the town of Aguadilla. Ramey's approximately 500 students are dependents of active duty military members and civilian federal employees serving at USCG
Air Station Borinquen and other federal agencies located on what was once Ramey Air Force Base. Ramey Unit School offers a world-class education to students enrolled in classes from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.