Military Families

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At Kaysville Jr. High, we are proud to work closely with military families. We understand the unique situation your student is in as the child of a service member. We care about your students and want them to have equal and fair opportunities for academic success. To ensure your student has access to the resources they need, we have a designated military families liaison. Please feel free to contact him with any questions or concerns.

We thank you for your service.

Military Families Liasons

Steve Loveland

Assistant Principal:  Steve Loveland
Phone:  801-402-7200


Kent Brown

Kent Brown

Titles: Jr High Counselor



Carrie Hartwig

Carrie Hartwig

Titles: Citizenship Assistant - Jr. High




Other Helpful Resources


Below you will find some resources to support military connected families. For more specific resources fit to individual needs reach out to us at 801-402-5421.

Military Interstate Children's Compact Commission (MIC3)

Airman & Family Readiness Center (AFRC)

Base Housing

Blue Star Families

Bountiful Food Pantry

Gold Star Families

Home Energy Assistance Target (HEAT) Program

Military One Source

Military Family Life Counselors (MFLCs)

Military Family Readiness Center

National Military Family Association

Salvation Army

Sesame Street for Military


U.S. Department of Education for Military Families & Vets

United Service Organization (USO)

United Through Reading

Utah Parent Center

Veterans Administration

Wounded Warrior Project

Hill Air Force Base

Hill AFB School Liaison

Education Program Specialist

Office 801-775-5960

DSN 775-5960