Liberty-Benton Local School District takes great pride in educating the children of our parents in the armed forces. We understand what it takes to help military children be successful in the classroom.
Liberty-Benton Local School District offers a full range of academics, arts, and athletics programs to provide for your student's needs. By partnering with our community leaders, we provide the resources children need during all stages of transition and deployment.
Here at Liberty-Benton Local School District, we work very hard to help new students make the transition stress free. We encourage you to contact our school in advance to arrange a tour and discuss any transition concerns your family may have with staff. Our students are very happy to show newcomers around, so ask about our welcome programs.
The school has a staff point of contact for military students and families who serves as the primary liaison between them and the school. The liaison completes professional development on special considerations for military students and families under federal law. The liaison identifies and informs teachers of the military-connected students in their classrooms and the special considerations military families and students should receive.
Our district liaison is:
Chad Marzec - firstname.lastname@example.org
Below are resources for military families to help with transitions to and from school:
Military child education coalition ensures inclusive, quality educational opportunities for all military and veteran-connected children affected by mobility, transition, and family separation.
Providing Support to Our Military Families. Information packet for military support.
MilitaryOneSource. Military families’ one-stop shop for a wealth of information about nearly every concern: moving, college, deployments, schools, IEP’s, relationships, counseling, recreation, benefits, etc.
9 ways to help your kids cope with moving
National Center for Learning Disabilities: one of the best information sites if your child has learning differences that may affect their ability to listen, read, write, speak, spell, reason, compute (Math), concentrate, or focus.
This Military Interstate Compact provides for accommodations or waivers in state requirements for transitioning military children in public schools, in grades K-12.
Free assessments and tutorials in Math and Reading by grade level, aligned with each state’s learning requirements. A fun and interesting site for kids, and open to military and civilian families in military-impacted communities.
Free online tutoring for active-duty military, reservists, deployed-status DOD civilians and their families.