Each military service has a dedicated set of civilians who serve as liaisons between families, individual schools and installation leadership — School Liaisons, which are sometimes called School Liaison Officers. One of the top concerns that military families raise when receiving new orders that require relocation is ensuring a quality K–12 education for their children. School Liaisons can play an important role in guiding military families to essential resources and helping them transition from one community to another. While School Liaisons serve as facilitators between school districts, military installations and families, there can be confusion or frustration when requests fall outside the scope of their role. Our role is to help military families navigate through the confusion and frustration in an effort to bridge successful connections.