DODEA Grant - Supporting Our Students

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    In August 2016, Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City received a five year/$1.5 million dollar grant from the US Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA) to support our military connected students in grades 7-12.

     

    SCUC-ISD will successfully meet two parallel goals in this project: (1) increase the level of social and emotional supports for military dependent students at Dobie and Ray D. Corbett Junior High Schools and (2) increase the level of social and emotional supports for military dependent students at Byron P. Steele and Samuel Clemens High Schools.  The goals will be achieved through establishing peer-to-peer support programs and the provision of two full-time military transition consultants based in the schools.

    Ms. Dee Ann Thomas is the DODEA Project Director responsible for the oversight and implementation of this grant and serves as a liaison for the campuses and Joint Base San Antonio. Working with the district, DODEA, the installation School Liaison Offices, this position is a primary resource for all military-connected families.


    Dee Ann Thomas, M.Ed. Education Admin. Leadership/Curriculum & Instruction

    DODEA Project Director/Grant Manager
    SCUC ISD - Marion Dolford Learning Center
    200 W. Schlather Street
    Cibolo, TX 78109

    (210) 945-6275
    dthomas@scuc.txed.net

     


    Military Student Transition Consultants
    Valleri MerrillM.S. Instructional Design & Technology
    Military Student Transition Consultant (MSTC)
    Samuel Clemens High School & Ray D. Corbett Junior High

     (210) 945-6526
    vmerrill@scuc.txed.net

    Services that I can provided:

    • Assistance with K-12 education questions
    • Recommendations for on and off post/base services and resources
    • Facilitate and deliver training on subjects surrounding pre-deployments, deployments and transitions
    • Assist with school transitions
    • Support for children with special needs
    • Community Networking Connections