The School Liaison Officer (SLO) serves the primary link between schools, Commanders, and military parents pertaining to K-12 educational issues. The job of the SLO 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 Officer: Carissa Bergosh
Office: 850-458-6588 (Please contact Carissa on her office line)
EFMP Liaison-Navy Hospital Pensacola: 850-505-6183
Fleet and Family Support Center: 850-452-5990
Helpful Online Resources
- Interstate Compact for Military Children http://www.mic3.net/
- Military One Source http://www.militaryonesource.com/
- Department of Defense Education Agency http://www.dodea.edu/
- Military Kids Connect https://militarykidsconnect.dcoe.mil/
- Military Student www.militarystudent.org
- Military Impacted Schools Association www.militaryimpactedschoolsassociation.org
- Military Homefront https://planmydeployment.militaryonesource.mil/
- Exceptional Family Member Program https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/support/efm/Pages/default.aspx
- Florida Network on Disabilities www.fndusa.org
- Wrightslaw/Advocacy www.wrightslaw.com
Post Secondary Preparation
- College Scholarship Info http://www.militaryscholar.org/
- Government Benefits https://www.benefits.gov/
- Student Aid http://www.studentaid.ed.gov/
- Tutoring (FREE) http://www.tutor.com/
For those who are PCS-ing 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
NAS Youth Center: 850-452-2417
690 Moffett Road
Pensacola, FL 32508
Corry Station Youth Center: 850-453-3490
Corry Station Teen Center: 850-791-1465
4118 Children's Way
Pensacola, FL 32511
CYP IN / OUT Process
Military & Family Life Counselor:
Child and youth behavioral military and family life counselors provide support to military children for a variety of issues, including low self-esteem, behavioral problems and changes at home. These counselors, who are part of the Military and Family Life Counseling Program, understand the issues military children face and can be especially helpful during challenging periods, including deployments and PCS moves.
MFLC counselors are at the following schools: Hellen Caro, Blue Angels, Pleasant Grove, Navy Point, Bellview, Lipscomb, NB Cook, AK Suter, Beulah Elementary Schools; Bailey, Brown Barge, Ransom, Workman Middle Schools & Escambia, Pine Forest, West Florida, Tate, Pensacola, Washington High Schools.