If your family is PCSing to a remote location, your high school student may be eligible for the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) “E2P2” program. E2P2 is a four-year program open to active duty military-connected high school students who are or will attend school districts in select remote locations. Applicants are eligible to take high school courses through DoDEA such as calculus, Spanish, history, English, coding, and many others.
In order to participate, students must meet the following requirements:
For many children, the “before school” routine is a distant memory, but as many schools begin to reopen, parents and kids will need to adjust to the new learning environment.
As parents begin to charter this new territory, there are some tips that will help children and parents have an easier time adjusting to implement virtual learning for the 2020-2021 school year.
Here’s a statement you have heard before: PCS is an incredibly stressful time. In addition to the sheer stress of packing up and moving, Marine parents and children alike have to completely relearn the ins and outs of a new location. The School Liaison Program can help relieve a little of that stress.