Reeves Elementary Student Led Transition Program

Goal- Assist new military students in becoming familiar with the layout and systems of the school. Assist new students in feeling welcomed and comfortable in their new surroundings.

Our student ambassadors will be able to meet with any new students and will show them around for the first 5-7 days of school. They will then meet up with other new students and ambassadors at the monthly gathering. Student ambassadors have a specific agenda of areas to show the new student around.

Upcoming Event

March- RED Fridays

April- Month of the Military Child

Contact information

Reeves Front Office- (228) 864 - 9764

Please call and leave a message for any of the Reeves contacts below. We will get back to you as soon as we are able.

Reeves Military Point of Contact- Brianna Barrows

brianna.barrows@lbsdk12.com

Reeves Principal- Russ Badeaux

russ.badeaux@lbsdk12.com

Reeves Lead Teacher- Jennifer Blackwell

jennifer.blackwell@lbsdk12.com

Reeves Counselor- Jessi Donald

jessica.donald@lbsdk12.com
Reeves Child Find Contact- Marla Mauffray

marla.mauffray@lbsdk12.com

School Liaison Officer- CBC Gulfport

Mona Odom- NCBC Gulfport building 352

NavySchoolLiaison_Gulfport@navy.mil

(228) 871-2117

Reeves Elementary Transition and Academic Planning

In order to assist students in transitioning to a new school district, as well as helping students during times of parental deployment, Long Beach School District works with Military Family Life Counselors.

Reeves: 228-209-5720

To register, please visitLong Beach Registration.

After completing the online registration, please bring the following documents to Reeves.
214 Saint Augustine Drive, Long Beach, MS. 39560
Upon competing online registration, the following forms will need to be provided to your child's new school:

  1. Birth Certificate
  2. Social Security Card
  3. Mississippi Immunization Form 121
  4. Two (2) Proofs of Residency
  • Base Housing Documentation
  • Letter from Director Base of Housing
Student Services for Exceptional Students

Reeves Elementary Student Services for Exceptional Students- Coast Guard-https://www.dcms.uscg.mil/Our-Organization/Assistant-Commandant-for-Human-Resources-CG-1/Health-Safety-and-Work-Life-CG-11/Office-of-Work-Life-CG-111/Special-Needs-Program-SNP/Special-Needs-FAQs/

EFMP- Exceptional Family Member Program

EFMP is a program designed to assist active duty families who have children with disabilities. The goal of EFMP is to ensure that children of service members who have disabilities continue to receive the additional appropriate services they may require.

- Navy-https://www.mynavyhr.navy.mil/Support-Services/Exceptional-Family-Member/

- Air Force-https://www.afpc.af.mil/Airman-and-Family/Exceptional-Family-Member-Program/

- Army-https://myarmybenefits.us.army.mil/Benefit-Library/Federal-Benefits/Exceptional-Family-Member-Program-(EFMP)-?serv=122

- Marines-https://www.usmc-mccs.org/services/family/exceptional-family-member/

Mental Health resources

3 months ago

Reeves Elementary Mental Health Resources

  • Fleet and Family Support Program- Offers workshops, services, classes, crisis and short-term counseling, assistance with all phases of the deployment cycle and can provide information to command representatives, liaisons, and Ombudsmen. They have trained personnel to assist with sexual assault, suicide prevention and intervention, as well as child and domestic abuse. (228) 871-3000 https://www.navymwrgulfport.com/programs/9b69048b-7593-4261-8313-8cab2217e0fc

  • In order to assist students in transitioning to a new school district, as well as helping students during times of parental deployment, Long Beach School District works with Military Family Life Counselors.     

-Reeves: 228-209-5720
-In order to participate in group or individual sessions with our Military Famliy Life Counselor, this form must be completed.
Parental-Consent-Form-2021 (1).pdf

Other Information:

MFLC Presentations Brochure
CYB / MFLC Brochure

Purple Up! Day
Purple Up! Day

Purple Up! For Military Kids, a day to wear purple to show support and thank military children for their strength and sacrifices.