Military OneSource is a free service provided by the Department of Defense to service members (regardless of activation status) and their families. Military OneSource provides services and resources to help with a broad range of concerns including education, parenting and child care, relocation, deployment, reunion, money management, and the particular concerns of families with special-needs members. They also can include more complex issues like relationships, stress, and grief.
Rebecca Boehlke, Military OneSource WI JFSAP Consultant, is available for education of the MOS program for civilian and military providers as well as the military community.
Contact her at Rebecca.email@example.com or (715)441-0077.
Military Interstate Children's Compact Commission (MIC3)
MIC3 was developed to ease the educational challenges that military children encounter.
- Guide for Schools and Parents
- Publications for Schools and Parents
- What is a School Liaison Officer?
BadgerLink — Wisconsin’s Online Library
What can BadgerLink do for you?
- See your students succeed
- Make informed health decisions
- Develop your job skills
- Connect with your roots
- Read daily and weekly newspapers
- View a list of popular magazines available
BadgerLink resources are made available to Wisconsin residents through funding by the Universal Service Fund and the Institute of Museum and Library Services; content is not available through regular search engines.
The College Guide for Servicemembers and Veterans and ROTC Programs
Important New Guides to Support Students of Military Families
Teachers College Press at Columbia University released four resource guides on supporting military children in public schools.
Each guide is based on research and written specifically for teachers, school administrators, pupil personnel, and parents. They have been endorsed by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, the Military Child Education Coalition, and leading experts in education, social work, psychology and can be used as texts in university and district training programs. Each guide outlines how school professionals and parents can create a supportive school setting that helps military children thrive.
The books focus on practical strategies that can be implemented to make students feel welcome and connected. Many of the strategies highlighted are currently being used by educators, school districts, universities, and school liaison officers who created supportive settings for military children.
The Hardest Year
The Hardest Year is an excellent article about the unique stressors that face military children and how the Interstate Compact for the Education of Military Children is working to support families.
Books and Resources to Connect with Military Children's Lives
The University of Wisconsin-Extension's Wisconsin 4-H Military Kids website has many books and resources to help support military kids.
For more information contact Shelley Joan Weiss at firstname.lastname@example.org.