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Reengagement in the Student Success Act

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The Student Success Act has provided funds for a Youth Reengagement Program to serve youths who have dropped out or are recommended to participate in the reengagement program by DHS, the juvenile court system, or the Oregon Youth Authority and are 14-21 years of age at the beginning of the school year.

What does a Reengagement Program Do? 

The reengagement program will work with eligible youth to provide:

  • Academic instruction allowing youth to receive credit towards graduation or obtain a GED 
  • Mentoring including career counseling and workforce readiness 
  • Assisting with wrap-around services to support at-risk youth 

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