As a Marine or spouse, PCSing has likely become routine. However, for children, this may be an exciting, yet challenging time. Try these things to help your family as you gear up for that next big move.
PCSing can be difficult for children. MCCS has put together a list of resources that can be helpful to connect with your new community before and after your PCS move.
Today’s youth face many challenges, and being a military kid adds even more to the list. Having a strong network that includes peers can help individuals of all ages face and overcome potential challenges.
While you may not have heard of a sponsor if you’re traveling CONUS during a PCS, a sponsor is beneficial to you no matter what installation you’re moving to. So, what will a Sponsor do for you?
Ensuring children are ready to succeed in school is something every parent strives for and is one of the most important topic areas addressed by teachers.
Making a permanent change of station (PCS) move often requires Marines and families to forge new social connections. Try some of these strategies.
Volunteering has adapted to fit the COVID-19 social distancing guidance and you can now volunteer in-person or virtually. Each installation has information on a variety of programs that are looking for volunteers for the summer months.
Whenever you get to a new duty station, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the local resources, changes to the Marine Corps, and get the lay of the land. But where do you go to accomplish all of this?
For many children, the “before school” routine is a distant memory, but as many schools begin to reopen, parents and kids will need to adjust to the new learning environment.
Going overseas? The Office of Special Needs has launched a pilot program in an effort to enhance the medical travel screening process for your family.