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District Liaison Contacts
To ensure that families and students have access to assistance, districts must maintain a current McKinney-Vento contact with the state. To update your district's McKinney-Vento Homeless Liaison or McKinney-Vento Homeless District Administrative Contact. Please revise the Contacts Section of your district's 2023-2024 CIP Budget Narrative Application. CIP Budget Narrative can be accessed via the Central Login Application on the ODE District Website. For CIP Budget Narrative permissions please connect with your District Security Administrator (DSA). Submit revisions or additions in a timely manner and refer to the Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP) Budget Narrative User Guide (Contacts section, pages 8-9) for instructions.
Oregon’s Student Success Act has a Student Investment Account designed to support districts to reduce academic disparities and increase achievement of students navigating houselessness living situations, those who are navigating poverty, and other historically underserved student groups. District Liaisons and ESDs are essential partners in this work.
McKinney-Vento Liaisons are welcome to join us on the third Thursday of every month (except December). You can email our McKinney-Vento inbox to receive the participation information. Two weeks after each Office Hours, we send a Newsletter that includes the slide deck and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). You can find historical Newsletters in the archive on our Key Messages page.
The following are links to federal and state laws for guidance on the McKinney-Vento Act, Education for Homeless Children & Youth Program.
These documents describe the ways Oregon Local Education Agencies (LEAs) are advised to maintain federal compliance with McKinney-Vento, within the procedures and consolidated documents that ODE requires from LEAs.
The following are downloadable Awareness Posters.
The following include the main national association links that provide information on program implementation, FAQs, training and other resources that may help LEAs manage local youth navigating houselessness education programs. If your Oregon LEA has a particular intake form, training manual or program method that should be considered for a link on this page, please email the document to our McKinney-Vento Inbox.
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