C hildren and Youth experiencing a housing transition have the Right to a Free, Appropriate Public Education. If your family is in a temporary or inadequate living situation due to a loss of housing, your child . . .
Q. Who is homeless? A. Anyone who, due to a lack of housing, lives: In a shelter In a motel In a vehicle In a campground On the street . . .
Parents: Helping Your Child Succeed In School, Even When Dealing with Homelessness
Know your educational rights: Enroll your child in school. You can enroll your child even if you are missing documents normally required for enrollment such as immunization records, previous school records, birth . . .
Links to Community Resources
Below are a few helpful links to resources within our community. Your school district's Families In Transition Case Manager may be able to assist you further with locating other resources.
Here are some effective ways that as a parent you can become involved in your child's learning: Know your child's teacher Become a partner with school staff Help with school activities Support your child at home and at . . .
While you are experiencing a housing transition, there are some things you can do to help your child remain success in school. Here are a few tips to remember: Make sure your child goes to school every day and arrives rested and . . .
Holland Public Schools believes in the success of all its students and is concerned about the issues that homelessness presents to families. Below are policies adopted by the district to ensure homeless children and youth have . . .