School Liaison

The School Liaison (SL) serves the primary link between schools, Commanders, and military parents pertaining to K-12 educational issues. The job of the SL involves informing and linking military families to the resources and information needed to maximize the educational opportunities to ensure academic success for all military children.

School Liaison: 
Office: 850-458-6588 
Cell: 850-712-4105
Fax: 850-458-5909

EFMP Liaison-Fleet & Family Support Center: 850-452-5990

My Navy Portal Link:

School Liaison (SL) Newsletter:

Regional School Liaison (SL) Facebook:

Helpful Online Resources
Escambia County School District:

Transitioning Information

Interstate Compact for Military Children
Military One Source
Department of Defense Education Agency
Military Kids Connect
Military Student
Military Impacted Schools Association

Military Homefront

Special Needs 
Exceptional Family Member Program
Florida Network on Disabilities

Post Secondary Preparation
College Scholarship Info
Government Benefits
Student Aid

Student Resources
Tutoring (FREE)

Application Information 
West Florida High School

Home Schooling

For those who are PCSing to an area overseas.

**This is for those families that we have that will be PCSing OCCONUS and either choose to go to a local school or are in an area without DODEA schools. 

Interstate Compact for Military Children

National Flight Academy
DoD Starbase Pensacola

Military Child Education Coalition
Navy MWR Programs 

Youth Sponsorship
If you are moving to NASP and interested in requesting a youth sponsor, call 850-452-2417.

NAS Youth Center: 850-452-2417
690 Moffett Road
Bldg. 3690
Pensacola, FL 32508

Corry Station Youth Center: 850-453-3490
4118 Children's Way
Bldg. 4118
Pensacola, FL 32511

Located on Corry Station, the Youth Center is open Monday through Friday from 530 AM to 1830 and provides before and after school transportation to Hellen Caro, Blue Angels, Pleasant Grove and Myrtle Grove Elementary schools and Jim Bailey Middle School.  

School Age Care fees are based on total family income pursuant to Navy regulations. Before and After School Care is available any time school is in session and is also available on early release and non-school days. Breakfast, lunch and snacks are provided to all children in accordance with USDA regulations.

The Youth Center offers a nationally accredited (COA) School-Age Care program designed to give children a safe place to grow and learn while attending our before/after school and camp programs. In the weeks that school is not in session, the Youth Center offers a summer camp program, spring break camp and winter break camp. Children will participate in a variety of field trips and activities. This camp is a place where kids can stay safe while enjoying their time off.

The Youth Center is available for use by active duty military personnel, DoD civilian personnel, reservists on active duty or inactive duty for training, DoD contractors and active duty Coast Guard dependents, ages 5 (kindergarten) to 18.

*Children may not exceed 12 hours of care per day. 


Shaded outdoor playground and basketball court
Multi-purpose classrooms for activities
Game room
Free Wi-fi
Boys and Girls Club programming
4-H programming
Anchored4Life Club

To register for military child care waiting list click here:

Military Installations

CYP IN / OUT Process

Installation Partnerships:
Boys & Girls Club -
4-H -

Military & Family Life Counselor:
MFLC counselors are at the following schools:  Hellen Caro, Blue Angel, Pleasant Grove, Navy Point, Lipscomb, NB Cook, AK Suter, Beulah Elementary School, Bailey, Brown Barge, Ransom, Workman Middle Schools & Escambia, Pine Forest, West Florida, Tate, Pensacola, Washington High Schools. Click here for the MFLC brochure.