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    Lisa Bennett - PLC Coach

    Chandra Crenshaw - PLC Coach

    Mario Williams - FACE 


     

     

McKinney-Vento Act

  • Protecting the Right of Homeless Youth to Go to School

    The McKinney-Vento Act is a federal law that ensures the right of students to go to school even when they are homeless or don’t have a permanent address. The Act aims to reduce barriers that have prevented many homeless youth from enrolling, attending, and succeeding in school. McKinney-Vento applies to all homeless young people—including “unaccompanied youth” not in the physical custody of a parent or guardian—who are: living in emergency shelters or transitional living programs; staying temporarily with friends or relatives due to inadequate housing; or staying in motels, campgrounds, cars, or other temporary housing. If your student is experiencing homelessness, please contact our school-based Homeless Youth Liaison Lisa Bennett at bennettld@scsk12.org or 901-416-4540.

Eligibility Flowchart

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School Improvement Plan

Unaccompanied Youth Flowchart

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