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Posted: Tuesday, September 22, 2015 9:22 am

Meeting Together to Support our Families & OurselvesCome meet your Military Family Life Counseling (MFLC) team for CUSD and meet Naval Base Coronado’s School Liaison Officer!

Coronado Military Spouses is a monthly event, where CUSD military parents can meet and get further acquainted with one another. It will be a meeting place to discuss areas of interest and concern under the guidance of our Military Family Life Counselors from CUSD.

Come to our meetings.....this will be your time to talk and develop meaningful discussions and choose topics for the entire school year. The meetings will have a topical theme but will be interactive rather than a lecture series. Each month a different school site will be the host. Our regular meeting time will be 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.

The first meeting was Sept. 9, but the next meeting will be Oct. 14 at the Village Elementary School, room 709. Meetings after that will be: Nov. 18 at the Coronado Middle School Conference Room; Dec. 9, Village Elementary School, room 709; Jan. 13, Coronado Middle School Conference Room; Feb. 10, Village Elementary School, room 709; March 9, Coronado Middle School Conference Room; April 13, Village Elementary School, room 709; May 11 at Coronado Middle School Conference Room. Please RSVP with Amiee Gillig at amiee.gillig@navy.mil.

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