Get all of your school-based questions answered. The School Liaison helps military families transition into the school district and is the primary contact between the military installation and the local schools and school district. Navy School Liaison personnel understand the difficulty that families face through frequent transitions and extended deployments. Navy School Liaison education professionals work closely with school administrators to foster a positive and mutually beneficial relationship between schools and the military community, all for the sake of the military child.
Parents and community members with questions on school-age military child education are encouraged to contact their local School Liaison. Education professionals with the Navy School Liaison program are located on all major installations and serve as the link between Navy families and schools.
Kings Bay Youth Connections Club
The Connections Club is a support network for military children that provides support and services for all transitioning military youth experiencing relocation-related challenges. The program offers an outlet for military children to express ideas, feelings, and emotions related to the military lifestyle. Children are provided opportunities to participate in academic and character-building mentorship programs as well as foster positive interactions between adults and peers who understand the challenges of transition. The Connections Club promotes academic achievement by reducing the stress and anxiety experienced at all phases of Permanent Change of Station (PCS) by coordinating installation and community resources to foster military family stability.
The design and implementation of the program will reflect the dynamics and needs of the families and youth being served. This program is constantly reviewed to ensure that it meets the current needs of the military youth.
Family Services Offered
• Inbound/outbound school transfers
• Information on local schools and boundaries
• Assist with school choice in both Georgia and North Florida
• Graduation requirement information
• Military and community agency referrals
• Special education process assistance
• Home-schooling regulation guidance
• Post-secondary preparation.
Educator Services Offered
• Develop solutions in partnership with local schools to overcome barriers to successful education.
• Collaborate with local schools to facilitate the education transition experience.
• Connect schools with the Navy deployment support system to provide awareness about the effects of deployment as it relates to academic success.
• Offer transition-related professional development opportunities for educators.
• Connect schools with the Partnerships in Education program.
|Local Education Agencies||Camden County Schools
Phone: (912) 729-5687
|Glynn County Schools
Phone: (912) 267-4100
|Charlton County Schools
Phone: (912) 496-2596
|Ware County Schools
Phone: (912) 287-2351
|Brantley County Schools
Phone: (912) 462-6176
|Nassau (FL) County Schools
Phone: (904) 491-9900
|Navy Installation Resources||Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Phone: (912) 573-2538
|Fleet and Family Support Center
Central Phone: (912) 573-4512
Relocation Assistance (912) 573-4513
|Navy Marine Corps Relief Society
Phone: (912) 573-3923
|Command Religious Programs (Chapel)
Phone: (912) 573-4501
|Installation Partners||Child Development Center
Phone: (912) 573-9918
|School-Age Care Programs/Youth Center
Phone: (912) 573-2380
Phone: (912) 573-8202
K - 12
|Exceptional Family Member Program
EFMP Liaison Phone: (912) 573-1079
Military One Source
Non-DoDEA School Program (NDSP)
|Georgia Interstate Compact||
Military Interstate Children's Compact
|Youth Sponsorship Programs||Kings Bay Youth Center - Teen Program
Phone: (912) 573-2380
|Connections Club (transition services)
Child and Youth Education Service
School Liaison Officer
Phone: (912) 573-8986
Military Kids Connect
Additional Information about Youth Sponsorship
|Homeschool Resources||Home School Association for Military Families