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Teacher Assisting a Student

Escuela de Verano

Los estudiantes en viviendas temporales que necesitan la escuela de verano para avanzar al siguiente grado, o que necesitan la escuela de verano para graduarse a tiempo, deben tener la oportunidad de asistir a la escuela de verano sin cargo. Es posible que se solicite a los distritos escolares que cubran las tarifas asociadas con la escuela de verano para los estudiantes en viviendas temporales. Los estudiantes en viviendas temporales tienen derecho a transporte hacia y desde la escuela de verano si el distrito escolar proporciona transporte a los estudiantes alojados de forma permanente. Además, los distritos escolares deben proporcionar transporte si la falta de transporte es una barrera para la capacidad del estudiante para asistir a la escuela de verano, incluso si el distrito no transporta a los estudiantes alojados permanentemente. Durante los meses de verano, todas las agencias de educación locales (LEA, incluidos los distritos escolares, escuelas autónomas y BOCES) también deben tener un enlace McKinney-Vento. Deben nombrar un enlace de verano interino si el enlace del año académico no está disponible durante los meses de verano.

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Laws & Guidance

McKinney-Vento Summer School Information

Under the McKinney-Vento Act, LEAs must support students experiencing homelessness during the summer break. This SED guidance provides an overview of key protections and strategies that LEAs may use to ensure children and youth experiencing homelessness have an equal opportunity to succeed and thrive during available summer programming.

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Laws & Guidance

McKinney-Vento Summer School Information

This memo outlines required actions under
the McKinney-Vento Act that LEAs must take to support students experiencing homelessness during the summer break. Additionally, it provides suggested strategies for LEAs to fulfill the requirements described.

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Laws & Guidance

NYS McKinney-Vento Summer School Information 2022

NYSED Field Memo

This guidance provides an overview of key protections and strategies that LEAs may use to ensure
children and youth experiencing homelessness have an equal opportunity to succeed and thrive
during available summer programming.

View this document on the NYSED website at: http://www.nysed.gov/memo/essa/mckinney-vento-summer-school-informationmay-2022

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Guides & Fact Sheets

Transportation Guide for Students in Temporary Housing

NYS-TEACHS

This chart provides concise information on the transportation rights of students in temporary housing attending school in New York State. It includes information on available services, the responsible agency, and funding sources when serving students in many different housing situations, including for students attending charter schools.

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Website

New York State Summer Food Service Program

This website provides information on the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). In New York, the Summer Food Service Program is administered in New York by the State Education Department (NYSED). The SFSP provides funding for free meals to students during the summer months when school is out. Children 18 years of age and younger are eligible to participate in SFSP. Persons over 18 years old who are physically or mentally disabled and participating in a public or nonprofit private school program established for children with these disabilities may also participate.

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Laws & Guidance

NYS Field Memo: McKinney-Vento Summer School Information

NYSED Field Memo

NYSED’s 2020 McKinney-Vento Field Memo discusses the rights of students in temporary housing to participate in summer school. This memo reviews access to summer school for students in temporary housing, including fee waivers, transportation, and the use of Title I set-aside funding.

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