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Relocation is part of military life. Every few years your family may be required to move — across your school district, to another town or state, or even to another country. Relocating a school-aged child includes its own unique challenges and responsibilities. School liaisons provide practical information on enrollment, placement and attendance, as well as other helpful resources you’ll need to successfully help your children navigate these transitions and build lifelong resiliency.
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