The San Angelo Independent School District welcomes Goodfellow Air Force Base military connected families.
San Angelo ISD extends a warm welcome to all military families assigned to Goodfellow Air Force Base! We are excited to have your Pre-K-12th grade students enrolled in our school district. Together in partnership, SAISD and GFAB support more than 750 military-connected students. The SAISD Administration team understands the unique educational challenges military-connected students face when transitioning. You will find that SAISD educators are fully committed to supporting military-connected students by addressing educational challenges and promoting resiliency necessary to manage the military lifestyle. They strive to engage all students in a relevant and inspiring education to produce FUTURE-READY graduates! SAISD and Goodfellow AFB are committed to quality education and discovering additional ways to provide students with the support they deserve.
Goodfellow AFB School Liaison Office (SLO)
The Goodfellow Air Force CYES-School Liaison program provides outreach, advocacy and partnership initiatives that generates real-time solutions for military-connected students in grades Pre-K-12 as they face global educational challenges. Located on Goodfellow Air Force Base, the School Liaison is the central point of contact for local educators, the instillation and the community. The School Liaison is able to assist military families in transition as well as their school campuses with student supports and resources. Your School Liaison is vested in Pre-K-12 educational partnerships, scholastic exploration and academic opportunities creating foundational building blocks for lasting school success!
Goodfellow AFB Child & Youth Education Services - School Liaison
Phone: (325) 654-3241
The following on-campus military liaisons serving as a point of contact between military-connected families and the campus.
Glenmore Elementary - Ashley McDonough – Counselor
Belaire Elementary - Summer Allen – Counselor
Glenn Middle School - Kim Gadberry - Counselor Secretary, Steven Jewell - Assistant Principal
Central High School - Crystal Chapman - Counselor
Educator & Military Family Resources:
Texas Education Agency (TEA) Resources for Military Families in Texas
Child and Youth Behavioral Military & Family Life Counselors
Military's Interstate Children's Compact Commission - Includes the Interstate Compact
Blue Star Families - Support. Connect. Empower-for military families by military families
Love and Logic - Parenting-Raising responsible children
Screening for Mental Health - Resource for mental health tools
Military Child Education Coalition - Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) Resources for military families
National Military Family Association - Provides free camps for children in military families.
Military Impacted Schools Association - Serve school districts with a high concentration of military children
Military One Source - Free books, DVDs, resources, handouts, etc.
Military Officers Association of America - Financial assistance for students who are children of former, current or retired military
One in Five Minds - One in Five Minds strives to educate the community, parents, professionals, and leaders about mental illness.
Operation Homefront - Provides emergency financial and other assistance to families of our service members and wounded warriors.
Operation Military Kids - Support for children and youth impacted by deployment
Operation We are Here - Resources for Military Families
American Red Cross - Emergency aid and support for military families
Sesame Street for Military Families - Toolkit celebrates families' strength and resilience in next step of their adventure (multimedia initiative)
Tutor.com - Online tutoring and homework help.
United Through Reading - Parent records reading a book online/via video/tape recorder and it is sent to the child
US Department of Defense
DODEA Educational Partnerships
DODEA School Liaison Officers
Penn State Clearinghouse