NC-Camp Lejeune District Student Support Services

Overview of Student Support Services/ Pupil Personnel Services (PPS)

Student Support Services is an integral part of the total education program. They include:

  • School Counselors
  • School Nurses
  • School Psychologists
  • School Social Worker

The PPS staff members in our schools partner with parents, community, students and other educators to assist in creating an educational environment conductive of academic, personal, social and career growth of all students. Student Support Services staff members are extensively involved in implementing programs that support DoDEA Community Strategic Goal 1 - Student Excellence, to challenge each student to maximize his or her potential and to excel academically, socially, emotionally, and physically for life, college and career readiness.


Deployment Support
Deployment, Return, and Reunion
Visit the Deployment, Return, and Reunion website for the the latest information on support for military members and their dependents! You can also call 1-800-451-MCCS (6227).
 
Everyone Serves
A Handbook for Family & Friends of Service Members<br />During Pre-Deployment, Deployment and Reintegration.  This free guide helps you build resilience, strengthen relationships, learn coping strategies, prepare for and manage reunion and reintegration.  Includes video, checklists and resources.
 
How to prepare our children and stay involved in their education during deployment
MCEC booklet created to help parents and educators support children during deployment.
 
Marine Corps Family Team Building Deployment Support
Resources and information that assist service members and their families in preparing for and coping with the changes and challenges of deployment. 

 

Crisis Management Toolkit

The purpose of the DoDEA Crisis Management website is to help families, educators, and community members understand how schools will ensure that children and personnel are safe and secure in the event of a crisis. The website provides current information for families and educators about schools' crisis management policies and procedures, and makes available useful resources to help children and adults cope with the stress and anxiety associated with traumatic incidents.