Military Outreach

 Meet our Military Liaison… Jerri Dubose

Welcome! My name is Jerri Dubose and I am happy to serve as your Military Family Liaison. My focus is to serve military-connected students and families in the best possible manner. Please feel free to contact me during the hours of 7:30 to 4:00, Monday through Friday. I am available for assistance with (but not limited to) the following areas:

·        Transition- related issues

·        School/district navigation

·        Interstate Compact concerns and questions

·        Deployment support

·        PTA Presentations

·        Military Parent/Teacher Conferences

·        Garrison navigation and  services

·        Student opportunities

·        General Concerns

Also, I am proud to have 3-1 STB as our partner in education. The soldiers from 3-1 work with our students throughout the school year in a variety ways. Please look to your monthly Hughey Military Kids newsletter for upcoming events.

Contact Information: 

Phone:  (915) 236-0250

Fax:  (915) 779-6911

Email:  jkdubose@episd.org

*** Our monthly newsletter is available by pressing the Policy and Downloads tab to the left.

Important links:

Military Child Education Coalition:

www.militarychild.org

Army Community Service:

http://www.blissmwr.com/acs/

School Liaison Office:

http://www.blissmwr.com/sts/

Meet Our Hughey MFLC...

This year we are pleased to have been assigned a Military Family Life Counselor whom we share with Ross Middle School.  It is our pleasure to introduce Ms. Hilda Hernandez, an experienced and licensed counselor.  Ms. Hernandez is on campus Mondays, Wednesdays,and alternate Fridays.  As military families, many of us are familiar with the role the MFLC plays in our community.  Ms. Hernandez specializes in child and youth behavioral issues and is available at no cost to the family.  She is available to provides hort-term, non-medical counseling support to our military connected students.  Services are confidential and private with the exception of child abuse/neglect, domestic abuse and other duty-to-warn situations.  Issues addressed by the MFLC are school adjustment, deployment and separation, reunion adjustment, communication issues, behavioral concerns, as well as fear, grief,and loss.

Ms. Hernandez can be reached at (915) 249-1294.