Child & Youth Education Service
(CYES) School Liaison
Student Focused…Partnership Driven
The education and welfare of school-age children is a quality of life issue. Military families experience challenges with reciprocity and quality of education from location to location.
School-age children are as transient as their military parents and may encounter transition and academic challenges.
The CYES-School Liaison is the central point of contact for commanders, military families, and local school systems on school-related matters. SLs network, educate, and work in partnership with local schools to address or enhance the military child's education. The SL assists commanders and Total Force families in meeting the challenging demands of the military lifestyle by developing and maintaining partnerships between parents, installation leadership, local schools, including home schools, private schools, charter schools, virtual schools, Department of Defense Education Activity and International Schools and the community. The hallmark to force retention is the expectation that families are safe and well supported. Strong families improve mission readiness. The CYES School Liaison program provides military children the opportunity to thrive academically, socially and emotionally, regardless of duty station, deployments or transition status.
Child & Youth Education Services (School Liaison) is committed to outreach, advocacy, and partnership initiatives that generate real-time solutions for military-connected students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12 as they face global educational challenges and transitions.
To deliver unparalleled educational advocacy, outreach, and partnerships for military-connected students around the globe!
@Holloman AFB School Liaison Officer
490 1st Street, Bldg. 29
By Appointment Only
Closed on Federal Holidays
Email us at email@example.com
Facebook: Holloman AFB CYES School Liaison
7 C’s of Child & Youth Education Services
Connect schools, families and communities to meet the unique needs of PreK-12 military connected students
Cultivate communication pathways between families, schools, community stakeholders and the military
Customize real-time solutions for military connected students facing transitional barriers and educational gaps
Collaborate with community stakeholders to build a platform for enhanced educational opportunities and partnerships
Comprehensive professional development for educators to understand the military lifestyle
Construct a network of extensive resources for building resilient communities
Create a system of support for military connected students experiencing parental deployment or separation
School Liaisons support transitional issues affecting military connected students and assist in facilitating solutions.
Deployment/Parental Absence Support
School Liaisons provide families and school personnel with resources focused on parental absence, to include the cycle of deployment and academic, social and emotional impact.
Installation, School and Community Communication
School Liaisons are installation subject matter expert to Commander/Command Staff/parents for all local Pre-K-12 education issues regarding military child education.
Home School Support
School Liaisons share information on homeschool issues, concerns, local policies, and regulations of state/local education agencies and connect home school families to their community.
Community Relations, Partnerships and Outreach
School Liaisons create a network of parents, community partners, and military/civilian personnel to support installation/community and school systems.
Academic Planning and Post-Secondary Preparations
School Liaisons leverage installation/school resources (e.g., Education and Training Flight) to provide graduating military students’ access to post-secondary information and opportunities.
Special Education Support
School Liaisons connect families with appropriate resources needed to navigate school systems.
Dates and times are subject to change. Please call us to verify the schedule.
INTERSTATE COMPACT ON EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR MILITARY CHILDREN [MIC3]
When you receive PCS orders do you wonder how this transition is going to affect your student? Will they graduate on time? Will they have to retake required coursework? Will they have to be retested for specialized services? Ease your worries by attending this class on the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunities for Military Children.
WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE THEY GO:
A PRE-DEPLOYMENT WORKSHOP FOR FAMILIES
Whether it is the first time or the 5th, each deployment is unique and preparedness is KEY! Join the Readiness NCO, School Liaison Officer and other families as we explore "What to Know Before They Go!
KIDS SERVE, TOO
[INVESTIGATING THE EFFECTS OF DEPLOYMENT TO CHILDREN]
Parents are invited to come learn how the deployment cycle affects their child while exploring resources, ideas, and networking with other parents.
ALL ABOUT REUNION
Reunion with a deployed loved one and the reintegration period that follows are often like an emotional roller coaster! Come and join other families and learn about how to make the most of this critical time with your loved one.
The Holloman School Liaison Officer's Adopt-a-School Initiative is a positive partnership between the local public and private schools and Holloman AFB. The purpose of the program is to utilize the human resources and talents of Holloman personnel to strengthen, enhance and enrich the quality of education and needed services in schools. Adopters are the foundation of the Adopt-a-School Initiative, committing time, energy and expertise to an individual school. Interested groups and/or squadrons will work with a specific school to help sustain and enhance the education opportunities for the students in that school. In return, the school will commit to supporting the squadron and/or group. This is designed to be a mutually beneficial partnership that has a unique footprint at each location. A commitment from all partners at the highest level is essential.
If interested, or to learn more, please contact Holloman's School Liaison at 575-572- 3944.
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOL
Academy del Sol 29 ATKS
Alamogordo High School 704 TG
Buena Vista Elementary 49 CES
Chaparral Middle School 635 MMG
Desert Star Elementary 49 MDG
Heights Elementary 311 FS & 8 FS
High Rolls Mountain Park 49 CS
Holloman Elementary 49 LRS
Holloman Middle School 49 MXS
La Luz Elementary 49 CS
Mountain View Middle School 49 SFS
North Elementary 49 OSS
Oregon Elementary 14 FS
Sierra Elementary 49 FSS
Yucca Elementary 6 ATKS & 9 ATKS
Father James B. Hay. 49 AMXS
Imago Dei Academy 49 CPTS
Legacy Christian Academy 54 AMXS