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McKinney-Vento / Migrant Ed.

McKinney - Vento Program / Youth Experiencing Homelessness

Children and youth experiencing homelessness have the right to a free, appropriate public education. The Dayton School District provides assistance for school-based needs to our families who are homeless. Services include:

  • Free breakfast and lunch
  • School supplies
  • Clothing (limited)
  • Transportation (as requested)
  • Help with connecting to outside agencies for additional services.


Additional resources:
Yamhill County Plan to End Homelessness
National Coalition for the Homeless

 


Qualifications for Migrant Education Program / Calificaciones para el Programa de Migrantes Educativos

To qualify for the Migrant Education Program, a migrant child must have moved within the past 36 months across school district lines with a parent, guardian, spouse or a member of the child's immediate family in order to obtain temporary or seasonal employment in qualifying agricultural or fishing work.  A migrant child remains eligible for 3 years after his/her family's last qualifying move date.  


Oregon Migrant Education Service Center