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Homeless School Transition Programs

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Programs offered by schools or school districts that seek to stabilize the educational experience of homeless children by identifying a school that they will attend on a consistent basis throughout the year regardless of the family's current location and by offering the supportive services they need to succeed in their educational endeavors. Included may be transportation between specified community shelter facilities and the child's school; clothing that is appropriate for a school environment; books and other educational materials; and special classes that help the homeless child deal with issues such as personal hygiene and health care in a homeless setting. The goal of the program is to transition the child into mainstream education.

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Thru: Rochester City School District

Student in the Rochester City School District who does not have a fixed, regular, and adequate residence.

Central Administrative Offices

131 W Broad Street
Rochester, NY