|Homeless Education Coordinator
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, a provision No Child Left Behind, is the federal law that entitles children who are homeless to a free, appropriate public education, and requires schools to remove barriers to their enrollment, attendance, and success in school.
Children who qualify for homeless status are fully integrated and not segregated/separated from their housed peers for academic instruction.
We may be able to help if you or your
family live in any of the following situations:
- Living with a friend, relative, or someone
- Staying in a motel or hotel
- Living in an emergency or transitional
shelter or a domestic violence shelter
- Staying in sub-standard housing
- Living in a car, park, public place,
abandoned building, or a bus/train station
- Living in a campground or an inadequate
- Abandoned in a hospital
- Living in a runaway or homeless youth