Located in Building 255, Suite 239, the School Liaison serves as the primary link between schools, Commanders, and military parents pertaining to K-12 educational issues. The job of the School Liaison involves informing and linking military families to the resources and information needed to maximize the educational opportunities to ensure academic success for all military children.
Naval Air Station Meridian School Liaison K-12 & Post-Secondary Information and Resources
CNRSE SLO Quarterly Newsletter
Navy Child & Youth Programs
Child Development Center
School Age Care
Child and Youth Programs
Your official DoD source for installation and state resources available to active duty, guard and reserve service and family members.
Special Needs Support
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Coordinator, located in the Naval Branch Health Clinic Meridian. Phone: (601) 679-2217
Exceptional Family Member Program: Supports military families with special medical and educational needs
Local School Districts
301 46th Court
Meridian, MS 39305
1019 25th Avenue
Meridian, MS 39301
Other Districts & Private Schools
K-12 Student Resources
NAS Meridian Youth Sponsorship is conducted through the area school MFLC's in conjunction with the Student2Student clubs. New students are invited to orientation meetings throughout the school year and during the summer months on base. MFLC's may be reached by calling 601-490-4918 or 601-490-3360.
Home School Resources
Certificate of Enrollment: Must file by September 15th annually in MS
Student Attendance Office (located at Harris Upper Elementary School)
3951 12th Street
Meridian, MS 39307
Phone: (601) 482-9836 or 9825
Fleet and Family Support Center
405 Rosenbaum Avenue
Meridian, MS 39309
Phone: 601-679-2360 DSN: 637-2360
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
The Relocation Services Office is located at the Fleet Family Service Center in Building 405. Relocation assistance services offered by FFSC include: Welcome Aboard packets & seminars, New Spouse Orientation, Plan My Move assistance, and more. If you need help with your move to NAS Meridian, contact the Customer Service Desk (formerly PSD, 601-679-2889), Personal Property (601-679-2622), or the Fleet Family Support Center (FFSC, 601-679-2360).
NDSP provides support and funding for the education of authorized command-sponsored dependents of military members and Department of Defense (DoD) civilian employees assigned to overseas areas where no DoDEA school is available within the commuting area. At these locations, DoDEA supports a variety of options for your children ranging from home school programs to public or private schools.
NAS Meridian Housing & Lodging
For a more comprehensive listing of K-12 & College resources, see the SLO Parent Handbook.