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McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Files
Youth in Transition Services for Parents and Students
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Caregivers Affidavit Information.pdf
For use by 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
Fact Sheet-New Food Stamp Work Req & Time Limit Rules for ABAWDs-2009-03-20.pdf
Information for parents and students related to food stamps
11/21/2011
Factsheet-Expedited SNAP Benefits-2009.pdf
Information about emergency food stamps for parents and students
11/21/2011
Factsheet-TANF rights for DV Survivors-2011-03-11.pdf
Information about assistance if you are the victim of domestic violence
11/21/2011
FactSheetEnglish.pdf
All children in the United States are entitled to equal access to a basic public elementary and secondary education regardless of their actual or perceived race, color, national origin, citizenship, immigration status, or the status of their parents/guardians. School districts that either prohibit or discourage, or maintain policies that have the effect of prohibiting or discouraging, children from enrolling in schools because they or their parents/guardians are not U.S. citizens or are undocumented may be in violation of Federal law. 2pages
5/13/2014
FactSheetSpanish.pdf
En los Estados Unidos, todos los niños tienen derecho a recibir una educación pública básica primaria y secundaria independientemente de su raza, color, nacionalidad de origen, ciudadanía, condición de inmigración real o percibida, o de la condición de sus padres o tutores. Los distritos escolares que prohíban o desanimen, o bien mantengan políticas cuyos efectos sean prohibir o desanimar que los niños se matriculen en escuelas debido a que ellos o sus padres o tutores no son ciudadanos estadounidenses o son indocumentados, podrían estar quebrantando la ley federal. 2pages
5/13/2014
Horatio Alger Scholarship.docx
College scholarships for unaccompanied, formerly homeless and at-risk high school students
9/28/2012
LeTendre_Application.doc
The National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth provides scholarship assistance to students who are homeless or have experienced homelessness through the LeTendre Education Fund for Homeless Children,
11/21/2011
New Mexico Student Residency Questionaire Form - Spanish.pdf
Aplicacion utilizado por los estudiantes y padres para solicitar asistencia de las escuelas
8/6/2012
New Mexico Student Residency Questionaire Form- English.pdf
Form used by students and parents to request assistance from the school
8/6/2012
ParentInfoEnglish.pdf
Information on how parents can help their children succeed in school
11/21/2011
ParentInfoSpanish.pdf
Informacion para padres en como poder ayudar a sus ninos lograr exito en escuela.
11/21/2011
Youth Law - Consent to Healthcare.pdf
Brochure from Pegasus a NM based legal service for children and what the law says about students (14 years or older) consenting to medical services.
9/11/2014
Youth Law - Getting Into School on Your Own.pdf
Brochure from Pegasus a NM based legal service for children and what the law says about students being able to attend school immediately.
9/11/2014
Youth Law - Mental Health Rights.pdf
Brochure from Pegasus a NM based legal service for children and what the law says about students (14 years or older) consenting to mental health services.
9/11/2014
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