Talks are under way between the RAF personnel and council officials ahead of the transfer of hundreds of soldiers to a base in Kinloss.
Around 930 personnel from 39 Engineer Regiment will move from their Cambridge base to the Moray site by the summer.
A Moray Council delegation has travelled to the south of England base at Waterbeach to meet with army families.
Members of the council's education service will meet with families to talk about the transition of children into local Moray schools.
The soldiers' transfer has been welcomed by the local community following the announcement last year that RAF Kinloss would close.
The 39 Engineer Regiment provides engineer support to both the RAF and to land forces and is one of only two regular air support regiments in the army.
Sandy Riddell, director of social care, said: "We are committed to working closely with both parents and teaching representatives to plan for as smooth a transition as possible and for families to feel that Moray welcoming them.
"We intend to liaise closely with the regiment to consider and plan for the detail of their relocation and, most importantly, we want parents to feel that they are able to make as fully informed a decision as possible about their children's education."