The MHNGS portal issues have been resolved. If you continue to encounter issues accessing the portal, please notify your MFLC Liaison immediately.
Thank you for your patience!
The MHNGS portal [www.mhngs.com] will undergo scheduled maintenance and be unavailable between Friday, June 7th at 8pm PDT and Saturday, June 8th at midnight PDT.
This maintenance will impact your ability to enter activity forms and access other administrative functions through the portal. To prepare for this scheduled downtime, please ensure your activity forms, timekeeping, expenses and so forth are complete for the week prior to 8pm PDT on Friday, June 7th.
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Click on the following link for access to Month of the Military Child resources including printable posters, stickers and tons of ways to celebrate the military child:
Rachael Vaphides, School MFLC for Naval Base San Diego in
California worked with the children at her school to create this beautiful
representation of military children. The children traced their hands and then
used stickers to represent deployments, currently deployed parents and the number
of different schools they have attended. They decided how it would be displayed
(by grade level) and counted all the stickers to give us an accurate portrayal
of how these children’s lives have been impacted by deployment.
Wednesday, April 24 & Thursday, April 25, 2019, the
Department of Defense Spouse Education and Career Opportunities team is hosting the 2019 Virtual Military Spouse Symposium.
This two-day virtual event will feature eight interactive sessions designed exclusively for military spouses. For more information on this important resource for military spouses, please click here.
Kids & Media: For the Sake of the Child Podcast – Kids and Media with Dr. Yalda T. Uhls
Dr. Yalda T. Uhls, Senior Advisor for Common Sense Media and author of Media Moms & Digital Dads: A Fact Not Fear Approach to Parenting in the Digital Age answers parent’s questions and offers insight and practical advice about establishing screen time boundaries.
Reference: Military Child Education Coalition: www.militarychild.org
As the nation prepares to pay tribute on Labor Day to the American worker, we can’t help but reflect on the great dedication and service provided through MHNGS’ MFLC counselors throughout the world and the difference that support makes in the lives of our nation’s service members and the military family.
Please take a moment during your Labor Day weekend to reflect on your important work and the positive impact you make through the MFLC Program.
Wishing you a restful and restorative break,
Pam Swanson & Betsy McBride
Senior Program Directors, MFLC Program