Parent and Community Services
The Homeless Program is partially funded through a federally funded, state appropriated McKinney-Vento Grant. The program provides educational support services to the children of families identified as homeless. Students receive backpacks, educational supplies, toiletry items, clothing, transportation, tutoring, and referrals to appropriate community agencies.
Parent Involvement Council (PIC) membership consists of parental involvement facilitators, administrators, and parents. PIC meets to assist schools in meeting the state mandates of Act 307 of 2007 and Act 397 of 2009.
Educational equity services under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 are available for eligible students. Each school within the District has a 504 Coordinator to assist in the development of 504 Accommodation Plans when appropriate.
- Homeless Program
- Homeless Enrollment Form
- Parent Involvement Council
- 504 Building Coordinators