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The School Liaison Officer works in conjunction with the Child and Youth Services Division and the local school community to address educational issues involving military children. Through partnering with the local and military community, the School Liaison Officer uses a variety of resources to provide assistance with issues concerning student transition. The School Liaison Officer acts as a communication link between the installation and the surrounding school districts.
School Support Strategy
Army CYS Services School Support initiatives provides a variety of programmatic strategies and resources that help "level the playing field" for transitioning military students. These initiatives prepare schools and installations to respond confidently to the complexities of transitions, and provide Families the assurance that their children's academic well being is a priority.

In/Out Processing
Per AR 600-8-101, all Soldiers with accompanying children/youth (from infant to age 18) will in and out process through Child, Youth and School Services/School Support Services for an explanation of the services of the School Liaison Officer. The School Liaison Officer is located in Building 695, and can be reached at (845) 938-2092.

For more information contact your School Liaison Officer:
Michi Carl
Commercial: (845) 938-2092
DSN: 688-2092
Fax: ( 845) 938-3809
West Point Middle School Photo

Congratulations to the West Point Middle School staff, students and community on their selection by the Department of Education as a 2011 National Blue Ribbon School. West Point Middle School is one of 304 schools in the entire nation to be designated this year. The Blue Ribbon School award honors public and private elementary, middle and high schools that have helped close the achievement gap and whose students attain and maintain high academic goals. Read More. . .

Class trip to ike Hall photo

Cadets with Bull Dog Mascott Photo of 6th grade class

The West Point Middle School Drama Club
got a backstage tour of Eisenhower Hall!  Mr. Duane Rutter gave the students a tour that included everything from the Green Room to the stage!  Highlights included the lighting, audio computers and giant spotlights!  Students also received information on engineering careers in the arts!

The Cadet Company B-2 Bulldogs Michael Davis (Bull Dog), Jeffrey Johnston (L) and Derek Turner (R) joined the West Point School Bulldogs with Adam Hall (student) at the annual Spring Expo!  B-2 Bulldogs are Partners in Education with the West Point Schools and participate in numerous school events and activites.

LTC McCarthy brings curriculum alive with a lesson on how to build a plane that flies the farthest, in Ms. Willis’s West Point Middle School classroom.  LTC McCarthy’s lesson greatly enhanced the learning process of these budding engineers!

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MWR facilities are for eligible personnel only.
Active duty and retired military personnel, Air National Guard and Reserve personnel, family members of the above, DoD and retired civilian employees, and cadets are eligible to use MWR facilities. Proper identification may be requested by staff.