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Procedures for Addressing Homeless Families in Anoka-Hennepin
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Improvements of 2001 Act
"Homelessness alone is not sufficient reason to separate students from the mainstream school environment."
To assist families in time of crisis, Anoka-Hennepin will provide temporary transportation options to ensure that the students continue to have access to educational programs.
The term "homeless children and youths"- means individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence.
Initial identification: School Social Worker, counselor, Student Learning Advocate, and/or administration contacts the Student Services Coordinator about student(s) who are deemed homeless as defined above.
Secondary Handbook 2009-2010
A policy guide for families and students of Anoka-Hennepin middle and high schools
Please see page 40 in this handbook for the
Language of Harassment policy, Grades 9-12.
Elementary Handbook 2009-2010
A policy guide for families and students of Anoka-Hennepin elementary schools.