NAS Pensacola, FL – The Commander partnered with a local college and foundation to propose a new charter school for military-connected students in grades 10-12. The school will host a technology innovation center and provide students an opportunity to earn college credits.
Maxwell AFB, AL – The Public K-12 Education Working Group undertook an installation-wide survey on satisfaction with local schools in 2020 to identify personnel’s priorities and guide future efforts.
Whiteman AFB, MO – The Superintendent of Knob Noster Public Schools introduced robotics classes in elementary and middle schools with large numbers of military-connected students, leading to a partnership with the 509BW to fabricate a switch cover now installed on all B-2s.
McGhee-Tyson ANGB, TN - Installation, school, state, and community leaders researched the specific educational needs of military-connected children, which led to the creation of AIM High, TN that now benefit 40,000 students state-wide.
Maxwell AFB, AL – The Public K-12 Education Working Group obtained command approval of a five-year Strategic Plan in 2021 to ensure unity of effort in support of the command’s long-term goals and objectives.
NB Coronado, CA – The Coronado Unified School District adopted a long-term vision to supporting military-connected students, securing four grants between 2009 and 2017 that totaled $5.3M.
JB Lewis-McChord, WA – Yelm Community Schools implemented universal social-emotional health screening and support systems to address the diverse needs of military-connected elementary and middle school students.
Offutt AFB, NE – Bellevue Public Schools obtained funding for Project Career Launch, which aims to raise students’ reading literacy and expand the district’s Health Sciences program to increase the number of students earning dual credit.
Shaw AFB, SC – Richland School District Two launched the Whole Child Initiative that uses research-based instructional strategies to increase the math proficiency of 1,245 military-connected students attending fifteen schools.
Sheppard AFB, TX – The Wichita Falls Independent School District received a grant to implement programs promoting academic success and physical wellness in two elementary schools with high concentrations of military-connected students.