Homeless Children & Youth

Services for Homeless Students

A homeless student is one who lacks a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence. This includes students who are staying in transitional or emergency shelters, campgrounds, motels, sharing housing with other families due to a loss of housing or an inability to afford housing, abandoned in a hospital, staying in a substandard housing or living in places not ordinarily used for sleeping and students who have run away or have been thrown out of their homes. A homeless student may stay in the same school all year, if feasible, even if he/she moves or may enroll in the school serving his/her temporary address.

Homeless students are automatically eligible to participate in the school meals program, instructional services through Title I, and other district services intended to support academic success such as tutoring and transportation to the school of best interest. For further information, please contact

Angie Maseman

Director of Special Services

amaseman@hallsville.org

Hallsville R-VI School District

6401 E. Hwy 124

Hallsville, MO  65255

(573) 696-5512

John Downs

Director of Federal Programs

jdowns@hallsville.org

Hallsville R-VI School District

421 E. Hwy 124

Hallsville, MO  65255

(573) 696-5512

 


 

More information may be obtained from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education website.
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