A MILITARY FAMILY'S GUIDE TO SCHOOL TRANSITIONS

Moving to a new post can spark anxiety in military families over the quality of the schools in and around a military installation. But families with children in preschool through high school can take certain actions to mitigate these concerns and help their children transition effectively to a new school. Click here to download the guide.

ORGANIZE SCHOOL RECORDS

Have at least an unofficial copy of your child’s school records as well as report cards. While the receiving school district will make the request for the transfer of your child’s official records, unofficial copies will give you some material to work with when discussing your child’s placements in the new school. Don’t forget a copy of your child’s birth certificate and immunization records.

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