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The McKinney-Vento Act (42 U.S.C. § 11431 et seq.) is a federal law ensuring the children and youth experiencing homelessness and the educational struggles brought about by homelessness. Children and youth experiencing homelessness are entitled to enroll, stay in, be transported to, and succeed in public school. ACS is committed to our students and families experiencing homelessness and removing their barriers and obstacles to enrollment. 

 

The law includes students experiencing (but not limited to) these temporary living situations:

  • Living with a friend or relative due to a loss in housing

  • Living in a motel/hotel due to loss in housing or escaping domestic violence

  • Staying in transitional housing, emergency housing, or domestic violence shelters

  • Temporary living in substandard housing

  • Living in inadequate trailer home or campground   

  • Living in a park, car, abandoned building or bus station

  • Run away youth (may or may not be staying in a homeless youth shelter)

Youth Rights
 

Adult Rights

Information about McKinney-Vento Eligibility

Resources for McKinney-Vento in the state of North Carolina can be found at https://hepnc.uncg.edu/
 

To obtain more information about services provided to homeless youth and how to access services, please contact Alamance Community School's McKinney-Vento liaison.

ACS's McKinney-Vento Liason

Scott Tribotte, School Counselor

stribotte@alamancecommunityschool.net

984-464-2766
 

or


State Coordinator
Lisa Phillips: (336) 316-7491
or lphillip@serve.org

Alamance Community School

School Address:

195 Kronbergs Court

Haw River, NC 27258

Email: frontdesk@alamancecommunityschool.net

Phone: 336-270-5052

 

School Hours are from 8:15am - 3:15pm

Beginning December 1, ACS will operate under Plan C, All Remote Instruction. Please refer to our Alamance Community School Covid-19 Policy and Metric System.

ACS does not discriminate based on age, race, color, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, physical disability, family status, socioeconomic background, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected class in the administration of its policies and programs.

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