(For interactive page , go to NASK MWR SLO)
The School Liaison Officer (SLO) serves as the communications link between military families with school-aged children, the command, and local school districts. As the “point person” for educational issues, the SLO is here to assist military families in addressing school-related issues.
Whether you are part of the Navy or some other branch of service, active duty or reservist, living on base or in the community, the SLO is here to ensure that your child has access to the full range of services available in the local public schools. In addition to providing information about local public schools, the SLO also works to assist families who choose educational alternatives such as homeschool, private or parochial schools, independent study, or online programs.
The local school district has worked diligently to assist military families as they transfer to this area. Most of your questions can be answered by local school administrators and/or office staff. The links to the local schools have been provided to assist you in making important decisions about your child's education. However, should you find that the information does not address an issue that is specific to your family, please do not hesitate to contact your SLO for assistance.
Texas Education Agency (Data on Texas Schools) http://www.tea.state.tx.us/
Another choice away from the traditional public school is home schooling. In the Coastal Bend, more than 3,000 families are home schooling, according to the Family Educators Alliance of South Texas. Each ISD has alternative education programs available.
TAKS or achievement test scores
Current immunization records
Student’s social security card
Proof of residency
Parent or guardian must be present at registration and need to bring their driver’s license or another form of ID.
Social Security Numbers
The Texas Education Agency requests that each student have a social security number which will become his/her school identification number. Please have your student’s social security card available at registration.
Proof of Residency
Texas law states that only minors whose parents/guardiansreside within the boundaries of the school district are entitled to attend school in that district, unless approved for a transfer. Proof of residency must be provided each year at registration. Usual accepted proof of residency may be one or more of the following:
Current utility bill indicating the service address and the parent/guardian’s name
Current notarized and signed rental/lease agreement
Current tax receipt indicating home ownership and current residency in the district
Letter from a governmental agency with your current address
Current contract on a house (provided that loan has been approved and signed by both buyer and seller)
Current valid driver’s license (must not be expired) or Texas identification card
Pre-K Texas Enrollment requirements
Must be four (4) years old as of September 1, 2016
Qualify for Free/Reduced Lunch Program and/or
Does not speak or comprehend the English language and/or
Homeless as defined by 42 U.S.C.S. Section 11302 and/or
Has been in the conservatorship of CPS as provided by Section 262.201, Family Code and/or
Military dependent of active duty or who was injured or killed while serving on active duty in the armed forces
Kindergarten Texas Enrollment requirements
Must be five (5) years old as of September 1, 2016
Primary School Texas Enrollment requirements for first grade
Must be six (6) years old as of September 1, 2016
House Bill (HB) 3, passed by the 81st Texas legislature, includes changes to graduation requirements effective Sept. 1, 2009.
English 4 credits
Mathematics 4 credits
Science 4 Credits
Social Studies 3 1/2 Credits
Economics 1/2 Credit
Foreign Language 2 Credits (3 credits are needed for Distinguished Achievement Program Diploma and must occur in three levels of same language)
Physical Education 1 Credit
1/2 Credit from either of the following
Professional Communications (CTE)
Fine Arts 1 Credit
Elective Courses 4 credits (3 1/2 credits for Distinguished Achievement Program Diploma)
Technology Applications 1 credit
Child and Youth Programs
School Age Care (SAC): (Kindergarten – 12 years)
After School Care: 1415 - 1800
Camp Hours: 0600 - 1800
Child Development Center: (6 weeks – 5 years)
Hours: 0600 - 1800
Fleet and Family Support Center
746 Rosendahl St.
Naval Air Station Kingsville Texas
Contact Info: 361-516-6333
EFMP - (Exceptional Family Member Program)
730 Forrestal Street
Kingsville, TX 78363
601 Nimitz Avenue
Inside the Station Library
Kingsville, Texas 78363
Closed weekends & holidays