Submitted by Deborah Spohr Martin (ACS and PSG)
I was in Vietnam the 1964 year to 1965. That was when the American school closed and I was very young in 5th or 6th grade.
I remember returning home very animated and announcing to my parents Betty and Hank Spohr that there would be no more school that the school was closing!!
I think the following week my fathers oil company Esso and other private American companies opened the Phoenix School for kids of private companies that remained in Vietnam.
That school turned out to be one of the most idealic schools I had ever attended. It was like a little American one room school house.
My brother Tucker Spohr and sister Kathy Spohr also attended that school.
Our teacher was a Mennonite woman who was very Godly. She taught us so many fun games like rhythm and four square which we often played. She was also and excellent teacher. I think we had two class rooms in that school house.
If there is anyone out there that attended that school I would love to hear from them and reminisce.