SCUC-ISD Military Student Transition Consultant (MSTC) Program

  • SCUC's 2016-2021 Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) $1.5 Million Grant, provided students in grades 7-12 with social and emotional support within their schools!

    SCUC-ISD Leadership and Board of Trustees have recognized this important support for our military-connected students and families, and have extended the program for school year 2021-2022.  As a part of the new DoDEA Grant 2021-2026, we will continue this program as a part of the RAMP-UP Wellness grant with the personnel in place.

    Moving and adjusting to a new school can be challenging for military-connected students. Military Student Transition Consultants (MSTC) are here to address your questions and concerns. Your MSTC plays a pivotal role in establishing collaboration among school systems, education agencies, public and private youth services, community groups, and installation resources.

    MSTC's are trained and are consultants from the Military Child Education Coalition, a nationally renowned non-profit organization that supports military families across the world. In the RAMP-UP grant, in year 2-5, the MSTCs will be known as MSS (Military Student Specialists.)

    In SCUC-ISD we support ALL military-connected students and families to include: Active Duty, Civilians working on US Federal Property, National Guard, Reserve, Veterans, and Retirees. Our goal is to support incoming and departing students so that their experience in SCUC-ISD is exceptionally positive!


    Services Provided:

    • Assistance with your education questions.

    • Assistance with school transitions.

    • Support for special needs student school transitions.

    • Professional Development facilitation for educators on issues surrounding pre-deployment, deployments, and transitions.

    • Referrals for installation services and resources.

    • Presentations and Community Network support.

      Meet your SCUC MSTCs! click here! mstc logo    keep calm military strong

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