Calling all military families to join the MFLC program!!!
What it is: Stockton Elementary School has a full-time Military and Family Life Counselor (MFLC) whose sole purpose is to support military children and their families. Programs and services made available by the MFLC include:
o Lunch Bunches – these are peer groups for military students to connect with each other and share experiences.
o Short-term solution-focused counseling in one-on-one or small group settings (as needed or requested) to address a variety of issues including:
* School adjustment
* Deployment and separation
* Reunion adjustment
* Sibling and parent-child communication
* Family separation and divorce
* Behavioral concerns
* Stress, anxiety, and worries
* Grief and loss
o In-class support and presentations to teach students skills for addressing a variety of socio-emotional stressors.
Where and when it takes place: All MFLC services and programs take place at the school. MFLC services are designed to occur during times that do not interfere with core academic classes or resources such as art, music, and PE.
How to sign up: If you would like for your child to participate in the Military and Family Life Counseling program, please call 904-524-3515 to speak with Stockton’s Military and Family Life Counselor (MFLC) and have a consent form sent home with your child, or visit the school to meet the MFLC and sign the consent.
Other important information: The Military and Family Life Counseling program is available at no cost to military families. Services are confidential with the exception of child abuse/neglect, domestic violence and other duty-to-warn situations. A child must be signed up for the program in order to participate in small group and one-on-one activities.