Presentation on theme: "Your Responsibility as an Educator Developed April, 2011."— Presentation transcript:
Your Responsibility as an Educator Developed April, 2011
Anyone who lacks housing and lives In a transitional shelter In motels, hotels, mobile trailer parks In campgrounds, parks, or other public places In temporary housing awaiting foster care Doubled up with relatives or friends Migrates from place to place to place for work
Attending several different schools Hungry Poor grooming Inappropriate clothing for the weather Attention-seeking behavior
Yes, including Preschool or Pre-K and Kindergarten
All services offered to other students for which the student qualifies, including Access to special education if needed Gifted Free and reduced lunch Before and after school activities Title I services Transportation if available to other students
The last school attended prior to becoming homeless (know as the school of origin) The school where the student currently lives
Yes, homeless students must be enrolled immediately. The receiving school must contact previous schools to obtain records The liason must assist the parent to obtain immunizations and other health records If proof of residency is lacking, the parent can sign an affadavit stating the family is homeless.
Report your information including the child’s name and circumstances to either or both of the following: School secretary Ronnie Mincey, local liaison, at extension 107 Fax:
Public schools are responsible for educating all children.
Ronnie Mincey, local liaison, at extension 107 Fax: PO Box 10 Maynardville, TN 37807
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