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    All school districts educate a child whose parent or guardian is serving in our Armed Forces, whether stationed here or abroad and whether on active duty or in the National Guard or Reserves. Of the more than 1.2 million school-aged children of servicemen and women, more than 80 percent attend public schools... We want all military-connected school children to have an equal and fair opportunity for academic success. This requires that those individuals who make up our nation's educational system—our teachers, principals, school nurses, coaches, and counselors—understand the unique situations the children of our service members experience.

    Military-Connected Student 

    A student enrolled in a school district or an open-enrollment charter school who is a dependent of a current or former member of the United States military, Texas National Guard, or reserve force in the United States military or who was a dependent of a member of the United States military, Texas National Guard, or reserve force in the United States military who was killed in the line of duty.

     

    GI Bill and Post Secondary Resources

    Military Resources for Educators

    Texas Veterans Portal

    Resources for Military Families

     

    Contact Information

    My name is Rico Enriquez and I'm the Coordinator of Post Secondary Education for Ector County Independent School District.  I'm also a United States Marine Corp veteran.  It is an extreme honor for me to support our military-connected students, families, and campuses that serve them. 

    Contact:

    Rico Enriquez
    (432) 456-5234
    rico.enriquez@ectorcountyisd.org