Families in Transition
The Hutto Independent School District Families in Transition (FiT)/Homeless Education Program is committed to ensuring that all children in homeless situations have the opportunity to enroll in, attend and succeed in school.
Who are families in transition?
Families with children and youth who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence. This includes children and youth who are:
What services are available for students in these situations?
What should I do if I believe that my student(s) may qualify for these services?
If you feel you may be in transition and qualify to receive services through the Provisions of the McKinney-Vento Act based on the information above, please fill out a Student Residency Questionnaire (also available in Spanish).
Submit the completed form to your school’s front office or contact Dana Wilcott at 512-759-3771 ext. 1065 to begin the qualification process.
What should I do if I know someone who I believe may qualify for these services?
If you believe you know someone who may be in transition and qualify to receive services through the Provisions of the McKinney-Vento Act based on the information above, please give them a Student Residency Questionnaire (also available in Spanish) to fill out.
Have them return the completed form to their school’s front office or contact the Family and Community Liaison, Dana Wilcott at 512-759-3771 ext 1065 to begin the qualification process
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