Joint Region Marianas
Warfighter & Family Readiness
Bldg. 203 Halsey Drive
Nimitz Hill, Piti, Guam 96925
Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
School Liaison serve as the primary liaison between community schools, commanders, and military parents. Represent, inform, and assist Commands. Assist military families with school issues. Coordinate with local school systems. Forge partnerships between the military and schools.
- Identifying barriers to academic success and develop solutions;
- Promote parental involvement and educate local communities and schools regarding the needs of military children;
- Develop and coordinate partnerships in education; and
- Provide parents with the tools they need to overcome challenges to education that stem from the military lifestyle.
School Liaison Provide Seven Core Services to Assist Families:
- School Transitions Services (PCS Cycle). Click here for more information.
- Deployment Support
- Command, School & Community Communications
- Home School Linkage and Support
- Partnerships in Education
- Post-Secondary Preparations
- Special Needs System Navigation
Contact your School Liaison for questions about schools in your current or next duty station. The School Liaison Worldwide Directory can be found on https://www.dodea.edu/partnership/
Tollai Edukasion Magazine
Quarterly school liaison magazine sharing educational information and resources that positively impact school-age military and DOD-affiliated children and their families within Joint Region Marianas, Guam.
Active duty military and eligible civilians may choose to enroll their children in DoDEA Guam Schools, public or private schools or to homeschool. The majority of service members' children attend the four DoDEA Guam Schools. Parents are highly encouraged to HAND-CARRY COPIES OF SHOT RECORDS AND SCHOOL RECORDS such as report cards/high school transcripts, test results, IEP, other records to help with student placement. For a New Student, Welcome Checklist click here.
To register for DoDEA Guam, click here.
Visit www.dodea.edu/pacific for eligibility, immunizations( PPD or “TB”), calendars, uniforms, school bus transportation, curriculum standards, courses, programs, graduation requirements, test data, etc. View/download the DoDEA Guam school boundaries and bus transportation zones.
SCHOOL UNIFORMS / DRESS CODE
DODEA Guam schools require SCHOOL UNIFORMS for K- 8th and a DRESS CODE for 9th - 12th grades. Please view the school uniform/dress code on the school Facebook page or on the website under Policies and Procedures/Dress code. Uniform components do not have to be purchased at any particular store.
STUDENT MEAL PROGRAM (SMP)
Contact your child's school for information about the Student Meal Program. Ask your school office about USDA Free or Reduced Price meals which your child maybe eligible for based on your family income.
Guam Public School information can be viewed on https://www.gdoe.net/
Bus Transportation (public and private schools): contact the school or Guam Department of Public Works, Bus Operations at 671-646-3122.
Click here for a list of Private Schools in Guam.
Click here for Home School information compiled by School Liaison.
OTHER HELPFUL HOMESCHOOL RESOURCES:
DoDEA Guam Schools are looking for volunteers as guest speakers, college and career guests, Read Across America, science fair judges, mentors, STEM support, and much more. Contact one of the DoDEA Guam schools for more information. To volunteer at Guam public schools contact your Command Volunteer Coordinator or your Sister Village Coordinator or your Command Master Chief/Senior Enlisted Leader.
DoDEA Guam Schools phone numbers (Area code 671):
ANDERSEN ELEMENTARY (PreK - 5th grades): 366-1511
ANDERSEN MIDDLE (6th - 8th grades): 366-3880
GUAM HIGH (9th - 12th grades): 344-7410
McCOOL ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE (PreK - 8th grades): 339-8676
COMMUNITY SUPERINTENDENT'S GUAM FIELD OFFICE: 344-9578
View Military OneSource Installation Directory for local installation information.
Youth Sponsorship Program:
A Youth Sponsor is a peer who assists another peer in feeling welcomed to the area, provides access to positive peer groups and social activities, and helps military children feel connected at their new duty station.
Contact the Child and Youth Programs at Naval Base Guam 671-339-6130, 339-6410, or at Andersen AFB 671-366-7500 or 366-1601 or complete the Youth Sponsorship form for 5th - 12th grades. You may also request a Youth Sponsor by emailing NavyCYP@militarychildcare.com.
Anchored4Life or Student 2 Student Programs:
Student-led transition support group - either Anchored4Life or Student 2 Student, welcomes new students to the campus, community, and culture. Ask about this program during the school year.
SCHOOL AGE CARE (SAC) (6 years - 12 years old):
SAC includes before and after school programs, weekend activities/events during the school year, summer care, and camps during school vacations. Through partnerships with groups such as 4-H and Boys and Girls Club of America, installations help children learn to work with their strengths, interests, and each other, to feel good about themselves, and grow as individuals. Programs are offered in the core areas of leisure, recreation, and the arts; sports and fitness; life skills, citizenship and leadership; and mentoring and support services. For more information, please visit the installation's webpage, Naval Base Guam SAC or Andersen Air Force Base SAC
To submit a request for care for ages 6 weeks - 12 years of age go to https://militarychildcare.com
Youth Programs (YP) (11 - 18 years old)
Youth and Teen Programs are designed specifically for middle school youth and teens to ensure that the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional needs of youth are address, and predictable services provided. Youth Programs offers programming in the following areas: sports, fitness and health options; life skills, citizenship, and leadership opportunities; arts, recreation, and leisure activities; academic support, mentoring, and intervention services. For more information, please visit Naval Base Guam Teen Center webpage or Andersen Air Force Base Teen Center webpage
Youth Sports and Fitness (YSF) (3 - 18 years old)
YSF provides opportunities for children and youth to be engaged in fun physical actives and to develop life-long healthy habits - acquiring the life skills to achieve a balanced lifestyle for the mind, body, and spirit. A variety of traditional and non-traditional sports, games, and activities teach sportsmanship, team building, goal setting, and self-discipline. The Youth Sports and Fitness program utilizes standardized programs and curriculum from the National Association for Youth Sports, 4-H, and Boys and Girls Club of America. For more information view Naval Base Guam webpage or Andersen AFB webpage.
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP):
Military OneSource: Military OneSource provides Consultations with a Special Needs Specialty Consultant, Resources, and Products such as fact sheets, videos, Parent Tool Kit, newsletter, and more. The Exceptional Advocate is a newsletter for military families with special needs.
U.S. Naval Hospital, Guam EFMP (671) 344-9564.
Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS): for children ages birth - 3 who may have a developmental delay and who, other than age, would be eligible for DoDEA Schools. Contact U.S Naval Hospital, Guam (671) 344-9027.
GuamCEDDERS.org Guam CEDDERS creates partnerships and pathways to increase the quality of life of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Contact Us:
Universityof Guam CEDDERS - Office of Graduate Studies, Sponsored Programs, & Research, 303 University Drive, UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam 96913 | Main Office: House 29, Dean Circle | Phone: (671) 735-2481, Fax: (671) 734-5709, TTY: (671) 734-6531
Tutor.com Free 24/7 online tutors.
College Board connects students with college success and opportunity.
Prepare for College with academic and financial preparation checklists for elementary, middle, and high school students and their parents.
SAT/ACT test Preparation Free for military families.
Scholarships.com for help finding scholarships.
Fastweb.com Scholarships, Financial Aid, Student Loans.
Post-9/11 GI Bill Transfer of Benefits to Dependents.
Non-DoD Schools Program (NDSP):
Non-DoD Schools Program (NDSP) assists military or Department of Defense (DoD) civilian families who receive orders to an overseas/international location where there is not a Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) school. View the DoDEA NDSP website for information and a list of NDSP Liaison contacts responsible for your area of assignment.
Military Interstate Children's Compact Commission (MIC3):
Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children deals with the challenges of military children and their frequent relocations. The Compact allows for uniform treatment as military children transfer between school districts and states. Topics include Transfer of Education Records and Enrollment, Graduation, Placement and Attendance, and Eligibility. For more information, view the MIC3 website.
Navy CYP Facebook
National Military Family Association
My Navy Portal
My AF Portal
Region Legal Service Office, Legal Assistance | 671-333-2061/62 | GuamLegalAssistance@fe.navy.mil
CNIC Navy Public Page School Liaison information
Military installations information for moving:
Joint Region Marianas School Liaison Address:
Warfighter & Family Readiness
Bldg. 203, Halsey Drive
Nimitz Hill, Piti, Guam 96925
Naval Base School Liaison: (671) 480-7588
Andersen School Liaison: (671) 488-7045
Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
If you are unable to find the answers to your questions on one of the links listed on the School Liaison Web Page, feel free to contact GuamSchoolLiaison@us.navy.mil
Click here to view our School Liaison Brochure which includes a school moves checklist.
Click here to view the School Liaison Directory of School Liaison worldwide to help military families with a smooth school transition for their children.
The purpose of Anchored4Life is to deliver high-quality transition and resiliency support for the youth of our Military Service Members. Over the next 5 months, A4L Trainers will conduct 45-minute interactive webinars via Zoom on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. (CDT) for all 10 A4L core topics. Details and schedule are available to view/download HERE. For those of you who cannot join live, each session will be recorded and will be available online for you to view at your convenience.