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Please read our School Nutrition and Wellness Policy
A Message from the Superintendent:
A Message from the New Jersey Department of Education
Regarding Human Trafficking
Homeless (McKinney-Vento) Program
The McKinney-Vento Program is designed to minimize the impact of homelessness on children's education. A number of situation qualify as "homeless" under McKinney-Vento definitions, some of which might not be obvious to persons experiencing homelessness. You or someone you care about may be considered homeless under the terms of the McKinney-Vento Act.
Children who are determined to be living in a homeless situation receive different kinds of help. For example, children living in a homeless situation can:
register without undue delay despite missing some otherwise required paperwork
receive free breakfast and lunch
If you are living in a situation where you have recently lost your home, you should call your district's homeless liaison.
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