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    Welcome to all NEW Military-Connected Students and Families!

    We are thrilled that you will be a part of the SCUC-ISD family! We have many systems in place to support you!

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    At the secondary level, grades 7-12, as a part of a five year US Department of Defense Education Activity grant, we have two full-time military student transition consultants (MSTC) who are assigned to the junior high schools and high schools. They are here to help guide you in your new school surrounding, assist you in whatever you may need and also connect you with other students. If you are moving on from SCUC-ISD, our MSTCs can assist you in getting current information and contacts at your new school. Read more about our grant on this page!

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    If you are in grades K-6 keep your eyes and ears open for information about WE SERVE TOO Clubs! Several of our elementary schools have this in place and SOON ALL of our elementary and intermediate schools will have it in place thanks to a $25,000 grant from NOVO Education/Rockefeller Foundation. This is a fun and active club that will also have a community service project this year. Parents if you are interested in supporting your campus' WE SERVE TOO club,  please contact your campus school counselor! We are also looking for squardons or units who would like to sponsor campus WE SERVE TOO clubs!



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    Child & Youth Education Services - School Liaison Program kicks off its 9th annual Build-A-Backpack program to provide backpacks full of school supplies to local military/community kids in need. Our goal is to give the children of military/local community families the opportunity to start school with all the supplies they need to be successful. Many families, especially those in the lower and mid-grade ranks can see a real money crunch at back-to-school time. In the past 9 events, we have handed out over 6000+ fully filled backpacks to military families and local community youth.

    Completed backpacks will be accepted July 22- 26 July at the following locations:

    JBSA-Lackland M&FRC - Mon-Fri, 1000-1500 - 2160 Kenly Ave., Bldg. 1249
    JBSA-Randolph M&FRC - Mon-Fri, 1000-1500 - 555 F Street West, Bldg. 693
    JBSA-Fort Sam Houston M&FRC - Mon-Fri, 0730-1500 - 3060 Stanley Rd, Bldg. 2797

    Keith A. Campbell Memorial Library, JBSA FSH, 3011 Harney Path, Bldg. 1222
    Mon-Wed 0900-2000, Thur-Fri 0900-1700, Sat Closed, Sun 1000-1700

    JBSA Lackland Library -1930 George Ave, Bldg. 6114
    M-Th 0900-1900, Fri-Sat 1100-1700, Closed Sunday

    JBSA Randolph Library - 5th St E, Bldg. 598
    Randolph Library is M-Th 0900-1800, and Fri 1100-1700, Sat-Sun Closed.

    For more information, call the JBSA Child & Youth Education Services School Liaison Offices at the following numbers:
    JBSA-Randolph at 210-652-3081
    JBSA-Lackland at 210-671-3963
    JBSA-Fort Sam Houston at 210-221-2214.


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  • SCUC-ISD Student to Student (s2s) Groups Celebrate Veterans Day 2018!

    Posted by Dee Thomas on 11/11/2018

    Veteran's Day is an important holiday around SCUC ISD! All of our secondary campuses' s2s (Student to Student) clubs helped support campus celebrations!

    Samuel Clemens Veteran's Day 2018

    Samuel Clemens High School-Veteran's Day 2018

    Dobie Junior High 2018

    Dobie Junior High-Veteran's Day 2018


    Corbett 2018

    Corbett Junior High-Veteran's Day 2018


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  • SCUC-ISD Team Attends Washington D.C. Military Child Education Coalition National Training Seminar 2018

    Posted by Valleri Merrill on 7/31/2018

    In July, a team of teachers, counselors and administrators attended the anniual Military Child Education Coalition's National Training Seminar in Washington, D.C. This year's theme was Military Connected Children: Strong Roots and Sustainable Futures. Trending topics at the conference included: social-emotional learning, character development, school transitions, supporting children with special needs, youth in the digital age, and focus on children: Grief and Suicide. 

    Mrs. Karen Pence, the wife of Vice President Pence presented three military-connected students with special fine arts awards and the seminar also included several flag officers from the Pentagon spoke on the importance of supporting military families and how it affects military readiness.  

    General Joseph F. Dunford, Jr., the Chairman of The Joint Staff, with his wife, Ellyn Dunford and S2S students discussed leadership, service and civic responsibility. See the clip:


    Dr. Anne K. Fishel, author and Director of Family & Couples Therapy Program at Massachusetts General Hopsital, Assoc. Professor of Pyschology at Harvard Medical School and Co-Founder of The Family Dinner Project, spoke on Harnessing the Power of Family Dinners to Create Strong and Healthy Families.  Hear her session here:
    DC Thornton and Henry Moore and Polit Haddis

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