Military-Connected Family Resources
We recognize the unique challenges facing families and students as they transition to a new home, a new school, and/or experience deployment of a parent/guardian. Please use this section of our website to gather information about resources available to military-connected families and ways to connect within our school community!
The Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission was "formed to support easing transitions for children of military families as they move between states due to their sponsor’s military service."
"School liaison officers support their local military communities by acting as a bridge between the military family and the local school systems.”
“The mission of the North Carolina National Guard Child and Youth Program is to promote and sustain the quality of life and resilience to over 9,000 NC National Guard children and youth in the state providing secure, timely, flexible, high quality support services and enrichment programs.”
School Military Liaison Counselor: School District Military Liaison Counselors | NC DPI
“The mission of the Military Liaison Counselors is to research, develop, and implement programs and practices that will support military students and families in North Carolina.”
Veterans Crisis Line: https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/
"Access free, confidential support 24/7, 365 days a year for Veterans and their loved ones."
“In an effort to ensure that the unique needs of military-connected students are met, state law requires that schools collect information on military-connected students. The goal is to help accommodate these students by providing them with support and consistency when their parents are deployed, when they are transitioning between schools, and at other pivotal times during their academic career.”
Please feel free to reach out to our points of contact, School Counselors, Kiersten Traylor (email@example.com) and Carmen White (firstname.lastname@example.org), so we can best support your student(s).