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Mrs. Ayonna Johnson

Military Liaison Duties

The Military Family Liaison (MFL) is recognized as one of the strongest supports for addressing the social and emotional needs of military parents, families, and communities.  The MFL's major duties and responsibilities:

o    Integrate the Military child into the campus.

o    Reports to the principal or his/her designees, on transitional issues for the parent or child.

o    Communicates with principal, teachers, students, and parents. 

o    Exercises emotional stability patience, tact, and good judgment in all situations. 

o    Interact with students on campus.

o    Models good oral language. 

o    Serves as a District advocate to the military community.

o    Keeps the military leadership aware of district, family, and school issues.

o    Advocates and provides program information and support to military families.

o    Interacts with Military parents.

o    Upholds and adheres to safety rules and policies of the KISD safety program. 

o    Supports the goals and objectives of the school district and follows all district policies. 

o    Demonstrates the ability to attend work on a regular and routine basis to avoid disruption to district operations.

o    Performs other duties as determined through discussion with the supervisor. 

o    Provide optimal customer service to all students, employees, parents, community, members, and any other stakeholders of the district.

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  • Operation Hero

    Operation Hero

    An after-school program for military students to help them connect with other students while establishing a positive environment and responsible behavior.

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  • Military Interstate Compact DOD

    Military Interstate Compact DOD

    The Department of Defense, in collaboration with the National Center for Interstate Compacts and the Council of State Governments has developed an interstate compact that addresses the educational transition issues of children of military families.

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