McKinney-Vento "Families Living in Transition" Program

  • Individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence are considered to be living in transition.  The program includes school-age children who have a nighttime residence that is: shared with another family, a shelter, motel or hotel, transitional housing, trailer park, campground, makeshift arrangements in someone's home or a place not designed for human accommodations.


     
     

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  • Message to Our Families:

    Housing Waitlists OPEN!

    Waiting list preferences are given to households who

    1) are homeless or rent burdened,

    2) have a family member who is a veteran,

    3) have a family member who is disabled and

    4) live or work in Sacramento County.

    Waitlists Click Here

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  • Goals

    • Identify students who are in transition/homeless
    • Assist in immediate enrollment
    • Remove Barriers to education and extra curricular activities
    • Inform students/staff and school sites of Educational Rights
    • Provide resources in and out of school district
    • Outreach to District and staff and Community for Increased awareness and collaboration

     

    Rights of Students

    • Immediate Enrollment
    • Rights to School of Origin/Feeder School
      • A Homeless Child or Youth that Becomes Permanently Housed During a School Year Continues to Remain Eligible for Title I and McKinney Vento Services for the Remainder of that School Year
    • Transportation
    • Homeless Liaison Support
    • Removal of all Barriers to FAPE, Enrollment and Extra Curricular Activities
    • Enrollment without normally required documents such as:
      • Proof of Residency
      • Immunization Records
      • School Records
      • Legal Guardianship papers 
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