How to Prepare Your Child’s School for Deployment
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How to Prepare Your Child’s School for Deployment

Inside: Learn 4 simple ways you can prepare your military child’s school for deployment. Improve support and keep strong relationships with teachers. Seabags and SAPI plates are strewn around your living room. All of the uniforms are being washed. You are scheduled out for the next few months so that everyone stays nice and busy….

How to Help Your MilKid Adjust to a New School After a PCS
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How to Help Your MilKid Adjust to a New School After a PCS

Inside: Learn 6 ways to help your military child adjust to a new school after a military PCS move. Plus, grab this PCS checklist for changing schools with military kids. After a few years here, your family has finally settled into school. The kids have dear, sweet friends. They are involved in sports, Girl or…

9 Free Educational Resources and Programs for Military Kids
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9 Free Educational Resources and Programs for Military Kids

Inside this post: Learn 9 free educational resources for military kids that will help support your child’s education through all the ups and downs of military life. The K-12 journey is tough enough. When military families factor in just how often we move — 10 times more often than civilian peers — that process can…

The Ultimate PCS Checklist for Changing Schools With Military Kids
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The Ultimate PCS Checklist for Changing Schools With Military Kids

Inside this post: Grab a free printable PCS checklist for changing schools with military kids. Learn step-by-step what military families need to know before moving kids to a new school. I had that sinking feeling as I rolled into the parking lot. Something was missing. I knew it wasn’t the kids. After three separate checks…

OPSEC and PERSEC for Military Spouses: 6 Ways Your Family’s at Risk
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OPSEC and PERSEC for Military Spouses: 6 Ways Your Family’s at Risk

It just slipped out, “My husband is deployed.” At the bank, at the commissary and at the hair dresser. Even at museums, especially those that offered military discounts. Everyone seemed so kind and considerate. I, lonely military spouse, desperately wanted someone to commiserate with me. What I never thought that I could be violating OPSEC and PERSEC as a…