Support for Military Students & Families

BSD welcomes our military families!

  • The Bremerton School District warmly welcomes military students and their families. We are thankful for and proud of the more than 1200 military-connected students in our district!

Naval Base Kitsap Liaison

  • The School Liaison supports Bremerton schools and families for Naval Base Kitsap. The School Liaison connects families with educational opportunities and provides information about school laws, policies and procedures. The School Liaison also helps with:

    • Moving to a new school
    • Deployment support 
    • Special education service navigation
    • Military and community service information
    • Student help with post-secondary plans

    More information is available on the NBK website  and brochure

    Contacts
    Email:  School Liaisonnbk.sl@us.navy.mil
    Phone:  360-340-2824


Resources



MCEC

  • MCEC has a wide variety of resources for parents and professionals on their website. In addition to their live and web-based trainings, they offer webinars and a podcast specifically developed for military families.
     
    The MCEC Military Child Well-being Toolkit has been created to provide accessible social-emotional supports and resources directly to parents, educators, school counselors, administrators, and other youth-serving professionals working with military-connected youth. MCEC aligns this comprehensive resource with Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL), Whole Child Design, Social Emotional Academic Development (S.E.A.D.), national resources, and the U.S. Surgeon General's Advisory on Youth Mental Health (2021) to provide support for the overall well-being of military-connected children and youth.

MiC3

  • MiC3 - Military Interstate Children's Compact Commission Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission (MIC3)is an agreement between all 50 states and D.C. to aid military children and families as they experience educational
    transitions. Their site provides numerous resourcesfor educators and familiesto use to support military students with MIC3.

Military One Source

  • Military One Source offers a variety of helpful content and services for military service members and their families. Their services include private, non-medical counseling, consultations and coaching, and life chat for individual questions.

Tutoring for Navy families

  • Tutor.com is an online tutoring service that has partnered with the DoDto help support military-connected students. Tutor.com is free for all military-connected students. 



Additional Resources

    • Navy Life Pacific Northwest
    • Military Kids Resources 
    • Military Child Education Coalition | MCEC
    • Interstate Compact for Military Children (from Washington’s Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction) 
    • Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission 
    • Department of Defense Education Activity 
    • Exceptional Family Member Program 
    • Military Kids Connect 
    • Boys and Girls Clubs of America
    • Partners In Promise
    • Blue Star Families
    • Sesame Street Workshops
    • Operation Purple Camps
    • Military Kids Connect
    • The Barry Robinson Center
    • Zero to Three
    • United Through Reading
     

School Quest

  • Schoolquest is a free, online tool that helps parents of military-connected children to prepare for the frequent school moves and other unique stressors of a military lifestyle. The website serves as a virtual hub where parents and students can find helpful information, tools, and resources centralized on a single platform.
Last Modified on January 25, 2024