Garland ISD values the military-connected families in our area. We have gathered information to help support our military families in and outside of school.

Families can let us know how they are connected to the military when filling out forms for Back to School.

What we offer

Garland ISD participates in the Military Interstate Compact (MIC3). Our district provides benefits for families with active-military members:

Families can also contact our district Military Connected Liasion for help with enrollment, finding local community resources and transitioning into the district.

New to the district? See the Military Families Checklist for tips on transitioning schools and our Choose your school overview page.

Support outside the district

Free online tutoring

Find no-cost online tutoring and homework help for military families.

Local support

Operation Homefront supports DFW military families housing services, financial assistance, and more.

State resources

View what our state's Texas Education Agency offers for military families.

Government support

The U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA) provides outreach to local education agencies to help support military students in their academics and opportunities.

Talk to the Military's School Liasion

In addition to our district liaison, families can also reach out to Fort Worth NavyMWR's School Liasion, which can help families connect to the command, find military-specific services and help with broader educational topics. The FW NavyMWR's School Liasion serves the Dallas-Forth Worth area.

Find additional help in our community

Visit the Wellness and Support Resources page for an extensive list of medical services, housing, cold weather shelters, childcare and more.

Frequently asked questions

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Contact us

For more information or help connecting to the School Liaison Officer in Ft. Worth, contact our district Military Connected Liaison:
To get directly connected to the Military's School Liaison Officer in Ft. Worth, contact:

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