Marcus DuBose, Russell County School District's School Liason Officer

      Army families can contact their local School Liason Officer for information related to educational transitions.

    School Support Services: A Driving Force for Student Success
    School Liaison Officers (SLOs) assist with transitions associated with military life and facilitate
    communication among schools, parents, and installation leaders.
    Facilitates understanding of the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military
    Children and liaisons between the parent and the school as needed to ensure compliance and
    develop solutions.
    Provides information about post-secondary opportunities from college and vocation school
    applications to scholarships and career choice.
    Youth Sponsorship- Facilitates the transition from installation-to-installation and school-to-school by
    providing information, a sense of belonging, and the opportunity to make friends in both youth
    centers and schools.
    Delivers the Army Ready and Resilient program for teens. Is aligned, through experiential and
    outreach activities, with the training Soldiers and Army Spouses. Receive creating a common
    language around resilience between parents, youth, and educators
    Facilitates the Partnerships in Education program fostering relationships between units and local
    schools and encouraging parent involvement
    In/Out Processing Protocol provides Soldiers with children an overview of available CYS options
    and educational support.
    Army High School Senior Stabilization supports college and career readiness by allowing
    Soldiers to delay PCS so students can complete their senior year of high school.
    Tutor.com, through the military, provides no-cost online 24/7 tutoring.
    Contact your local School Liaison Officers at (706) 626-8625 or (706) 545-3062
    Marcus DuBose, School Liaison Officer, marcus.l.dubose.naf@mail.mil
    Ethan Branch, School Liaison Officer, ethan.d.branch.naf@mail.mil
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