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    • Homeless/Non-Title I Schools

         Under the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal mandate, Title I is required to set aside funding that provides comparable educational opportunities, services, and resources to children and youth experiencing homelessness at non-Title I schools.

         The McKinney Vento Homeless Assistance Act defines “homeless children and youth” as individuals that lack a fixed, regular, or adequate nighttime residence.  Under state and federal law, students may receive access to public education from ages 21 and under and up to age 22 if placed in special education programs.

    Services

    • Transition Coach targeting secondary graduation/college and career readiness
    • Tutoring services
    • District Homeless Liaison support

    • Resource matching
    • Academic and non-academic services
    • Backpacks, school supplies and reading materials
    • Summer reading materials
    • Student advocacy
    • Community and business partnership support

    Non-Title I Schools serviced for 2015-2016

     
    ​Elementary​Middle​High
    ​Coronado
    Cypress Creek
    Debary
    Freedom
    George Marks
    Horizon
    Pathways
    Pine Trail
    Spruce Creek
    Sweetwater
    Tomoka
    ​Creekside
    DeLand
    Hinson
    New Smyrna
    Ormond Beach
    River Springs
    Silver Sands
    ​Atlantic
    DeLand
    Deltona
    New Smyrna
    Pine Ridge
    Seabreeze
    Spruce Creek
    University

    Partnerships

    • Homeless Steering Committee
    • DOE Homeless Contact 
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