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McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Files
Youth in Transition Services for School Staff
 NameCreatedAction
McKinney-Vento for School Staff
Information about assisting children or youth in transition
9/14/2010
NM Student Residency Questionnaire Form
Form used by Parents/Youth to self-identify as needing services related to being in transition. Please do NOT e-mail this form.
10/4/2010
School Staff Referral Form
Complete if you know or are concerned that a child or youth is in transition and needs assistance. Please do NOT e-mail this form.
9/24/2010
Caregivers Affidavit Information.pdf
For use by school staff for an adult who is not a parent of the child, with whom a child resides and who provides that child with the care, maintenance and supervision consistent with the duties and responsibilities of a parent of the child. 2pages
9/11/2014
Policy 777 - Compliance with the McKinney Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act.pdf8/29/2013
Procedures Concerning Homeless or Unaccompanied Students.pdf9/11/2013
Questions & Answers for School Districts.pdf
These questions and answers are intended to assist states and school districts in meeting their legal obligations to ensure that their enrollment policies and practices at the elementary and secondary school levels do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national origin, and do not bar or discourage students’ enrollment in elementary and secondary school based on their or their parents’ actual or perceived immigration status. 7 pages
9/11/2014
US Dept of Ed Letter - School Enrollment Procedures.pdf
Under Federal law, State and local educational agencies (hereinafter “districts”) are required to provide all children with equal access to public education at the elementary and secondary level. Recently, we have become aware of student enrollment practices that may chill or discourage the participation, or lead to the exclusion, of students based on their or their parents’ or guardians’ actual or perceived citizenship or immigration status. These practices contravene Federal law. Both the United States Department of Justice and the United States Department of Education (Departments) write to remind you of the Federal obligation to provide equal educational opportunities to all children residing within your district and to offer our assistance in ensuring that you comply with the law. 4 pages
9/11/2014
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