The agency's "You Made the Grade" campaign -- now in its 12 year -- is offering an array of gifts to school children who receive a report card with a "B" average or better.
The gifts include a free Burger King hamburger kids meal, Subway 6-inch combo, a magazine of their choice or a free hair cut. They may also register for a drawing to win gift cards up to $2,000 in value.
Exchange officials said the program seeks to recognize the often challenging circumstances experienced by military school children including separation from parents and frequent moves. An exchange press release said 80 percent of military children are forced to move six to nine times between grades K-12.
"Military students who excel despite multiple moves and deploying parents deserve to be recognized," Exchange Chief of Staff Col. Tom Ockenfels is quoted in the press statement. "While good grades are their own reward, this program recognizes the hard work and dedication required of pupils at the head of the class."
Eligible students can present a valid miliary ID card and proof of an overall "B" or better average to their local exchange to receive their prize and to register for gift cards.