Irwin is very excited to offer the Military Family Life Consultant (MFLC) program, with its flexibility and strict confidentiality at no cost to you. If you have questions about this support resource, please call:
Irwin IS Guidance Counselors at 910-907-0206 or speak directly with the MFLC assigned to Irwin through the school's phone number at 910-907-0206.
Because military families face unique challenges, especially during this time of war, the Department of Defense provides professional, licensed consultants who offer non-medical behavioral consultation to Service members and their families, children, and the staff of Irwin Intermediate School.
Called Military Family Life Consultants or MFLCs (pronounced "em-flaks"), they serve each branch of the military service at every installation around the world, at no cost to families.
Our MFLC works in partnership with the Army and with the school but, as a DOD program, maintains some independence to ensure strict confidentiality. For example,
The only exception to strict confidentiality is federal, state or military reporting requirements for domestic violence, child abuse and duty-to-warn situations.
Military families experience many changes so supporting people through change is the most common issue.The MFLC provides behavioral consultation for other issues that are likely to improve in a short period of time. Examples are:
The MFLC helps in a number of roles using several methods, for example the MFLC:
There are strict quality controls for the MFLC Program. For example:
To be among the world's leaders in education, enriching the lives of military-connected students and the communities in which they live.
Educate, Engage, and Empower each student to succeed in dynamic world.
By the end of the school year, all students will improve their reading skills by utilizing vocabulary strategies that focus on context clues and vocabulary development across the curriculum. Progress will be measured through the use of standardized and local assessments.
By the end of the school year, all students will increase proficiency in number sense in operations as measured by system wide and local assessments.