Homeless Services (Title I)

  • We can help if you live in any of the following situations:

    • in a shelter, motel, vehicle or campground
    • on the street
    • in an abandoned building, trailer or other inadequate space
    • with friends or relatives because you cannot find or afford housing

    We offer the following educational support services:

    • registration information
    • assist with student enrollment
    • support parents with efforts to maintain current school placement throughout period of transition
    • ensure students receive all special programs and services as provided to all other students
    • when available, provide funding to assist students wanting to participate in District 742 sponsored extracurricular activities

    We offer the following academic services:

    • where available, provide academic tutoring and/or Title 1 services in the areas of reading and math
    • provide classroom consultation
    • assist with necessary school supplies

    We offer the following transportation services:

    • assist families with district or city transportation to student's current school while homeless or in temporary housing
    • assist families with participating in school activities, such as parent/teacher conferences, school meetings or evening performances

    Tutoring services:

    • students in transitional housing are eligible to receive tutoring services provided by a licensed teacher from the St. Cloud School District
    • primary focus of the instruction is to help students maintain academic skills at their grade level by reinforcing the lessons taught by their classroom teacher
    • depending on need, the tutoring may be one-on-one or in a small group that takes place either at the school and/or at the transitional site