Texas Leadership welcomes military families who have been transferred to Dyess Air Force Base! As a public charter school, any parent or guardian who serves the armed forces of the United States, or are part of the reserve armed forces can enroll children at TLCA San Angelo.
We are committed to providing excellent educational opportunities to ensure all students served are able to reach their maximum learning potential. The Texas Leadership Public Schools (District) recognizes the importance of responding to the needs of our students and military families and we welcome feedback and suggestions, as we believe this is an important part of the continuous improvement process.
Our aim is to support you and help you ease into our community and school. Thank you for choosing our community!
Meet Our Military Family & School Liaison
We'd Love To Connect With You!
TLCA Abilene desires to help parents ease the transition of the mobile military lifestyle and can assist you prior to your PCS, upon arrival, while at your installation and when you prepare to depart for your next duty station.
Our heart is to serve our military families (with K-12 school-age children) and provide information about the local school systems and community. Our Military & Family Liaison (Coming Soon) is here to support parents and school district.
Meet Our Dyess AFB School Liaison Officer (SLO)!
Meet Diane Russell
Ms. Russell is the School Liaison Officer (SLO) for Dyess Air Force Base, serving students throughout the Big Country. She helps families ease the impact of the mobile military life for their children and provides information prior to a move, upon arrival and while stationed at Dyess. One of the important roles she helps with is to connect families, schools and the military community to facilitate the educational transition and academic experience of military children.
Contact Her Today!
CYES, School Liaison
Military Child Education Programs
Dyess AFB, TX
E-mail: [email protected]
You Can Connect With School Liaison Office On Facebook!: https://www.facebook.com/DyessSchoolLiaisonOffice/
Looking for another School Liaison Officer Throughout Texas? Click Here: https://tea.texas.gov/sites/default/files/Final%20SLO%20Contact%20List2020.pdf
Board Approved Military Resolution
Campus Transition Program
As a part of helping our families become familiar with TLCA Abilene, we have several things we provide to make the transition easier. We welcome your feedback and invite you to let us know how we can serve your family.
What Can You Expect Upon Admission?:
- An introduction to the school environment through an in-person, guided tour of your child’s campus
- Welcome from our “Eagle Leaders” whose heart and goal is to support your student in getting to know TLCA Abilene. They are also here to be with your student at lunch, help them find their classes and make them feel a part of our awesome campus.
- Being a part of a “Welcome Night” for our military families. We appreciate you and want you to know that you’ve found a family at TLCA.
Military Family Consultants (MFLC) and Guidance Counselor Services
At Texas Leadership we know how important the mental and emotional health of your child is; and our goal is to be a support! We have an amazing Guidance Counselors who is readily available to your family.
Counselor: Chelsea Sims
Call: 325-480-3500 x6449
E-Mail: [email protected]
In addition, we are blessed to have a Military and Family Life Consultant (MFLC) from Dyess Air Force Base who will be checking in with your student. Our MFLC is here to help prevent Family distress by providing education and information on Family dynamics, parent education, available support services, the effects of stress, and positive coping mechanisms.
Click Here For More Information: https://www.dyess.af.mil/Units/Support-Agencies/Military-Family-Life-Consultant-MFLC/
Texas Leadership Proudly Supports "Month Of The Military Child!"
Each April, America honors the courage and recognizes the sacrifice of over 1.7 million children in military families nationwide. The life of military children has always had its challenges, foremost among them being frequent relocations. Every time families move, children have to make new friends, get used to new schools, and find new clubs and teams to join. A lot of military children take these changes in stride and some even thrive on them, but it is hard - kids have to rebuild their world every time and find their place in it. Month of the Military Child provides a powerful opportunity to raise awareness and build support to help these children meet the unique challenges they face! It is an opportunity to recognize military children and youth for their heroism, character, courage, sacrifices and continued resilience.
In celebration, we invite ALL of our students to participate in the National Purple UP! Day. Students come to school in a Purple Shirt and Jeans as a way of showing support!
To learn more about the Month of the Military Child, we invite you to check out: https://unitedrelieffoundation.org/purple-up-day-for.../