Contact Information

Janette Gomez

School Liaison Program Manager

520 Mitchell Blvd. Bldg. 362

Phone: (830) 298-4788

Ruby Adams

Director of Federal Programs / District Liaison

Phone: 830-778-4153

Monica Luna

Special Education Director

Phone: (830) 778-4253

Pam Padilla

Student Services Director

Phone: (830) 778-4185

Thomas Cabello

Transportation Director

Phone: (830) 778-4253

Thomas Stone

Food Services Director

Phone: (830) 778-4169


Anchored4Life Campuses

Roberto “Bobby” Barrera

POC Campus Military Liaison

Michael Evans

Buena Vista Elementary

POC Campus Military Liaison

Annabel Hernandez

Ceniza Hills Elementary

POC Campus Military Liaison

Lizet Torres

San Felipe Memorial Middle School

POC Campus Military Liaison

Sara Cienega

Del Rio Middle School

POC Campus Military Liaison

Olga Torres

Del Rio Freshman School

POC Campus Military Liaison

Monica Rivera


SFDR is Committed to Supporting Our Military Families

In an effort to better support students of military members in our community, SFDR local schools works to identify and inform teachers of the military-connected students in their classrooms and the special considerations and resources they should receive. Military family members can contact the school liaison officer for their child's school with any questions. 

LAFB School Liaison Officer

School Liaison Officers (SLO’s) are located on military installations and serve as the direct point of contact for military connected families. School Liaison Officers work to assist families with school transitions, navigating the school system, and accessing educational resources.  SLO’s also work with leaders of military installations, school and community partners to provide information and access to opportunities for military-connected students. Our School Liaison Officer is Kimberly Mobley. This is her contact information:

Janette Gomez
School Liaison Program Manager
520 Mitchell Blvd. Bldg. 362
Laughlin AFB, TX 78843



Child Youth Behavioral Military and Family Life Counselors (CYB-MFLC)

Child and youth behavioral military and family life counselors provide support to military children for a variety of issues, including low self-esteem, behavioral problems and changes at home. These counselors, who are part of the Military and Family Life Counseling Program, understand the issues military children face and can be especially helpful during challenging periods, including deployments and PCS moves. Counselors are licensed with a master's degree or higher, and have a positive effect on:

·  General behavior

·  Performance in school

·  Relationships with family members and teachers

 CYB-MFLC’s offer private and confidential non-medical counseling through telehealth services at no charge to children and family members of active duty, National Guard, Reserve, Department of Defense Civilians, and school staff. For more information regarding these services, contact:


Military Connected Student Identification Form

Are you a military member that has a new student in the district or has not yet identified? Click on the link below to enter your information. Your student's teachers will be notified and you will be included in future communication to SFDR's Military Families.

General Resources

Military Interstate Children's Compact Commission

The Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children (Military Compact) exists to strengthen transitions and close educational gaps as military families and their children move to a new school district in another state. The Military Compact applies to Active-Duty Service Members, National Guard, Reserve, Veterans medically discharged or retired for one year, and members who die on active duty. 

The Military Compact is focused on the following key topics:

·  Educational records and enrollment

·  Course and program placement and attendance

·  Eligibility (student enrollment and extracurricular participation)

·  Graduation

Military One Source

Your search stops here – click around for answers to the military life questions you didn't even know to ask. Military OneSource is your central hub and go-to-place for the military community.

Get to know your benefits and prepare for the big stuff – deployments, reintegration, moves, parenthood, retirement and more. Browse by topic or search for that strangely specific question you want to know the answers to. No matter where military life takes you, with Military OneSource you'll always be in the loop.


Governor Abbott Releases Video Resource For Active-Duty Military And Spouses Transferring To Texas

AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Military Preparedness Commission today released a video resource for active-duty military and their spouses to increase awareness of the services offered by the State of Texas to military members and families who are about to transfer or have transferred into the state.

The Military Spouse video at provides information on employment, education, skills development and health services offered by the Texas Workforce Commission, Texas Veterans Commission, Texas Division of Licensing and Regulation, Texas Education Agency, and Texas Health and Human Services Commission.