By Heidi Rudy
Homeless Service Provision:
Students who are living in temporary, inadequate, or irregular conditions are less likely to benefit from their education. Those who qualify for the designation of homelessness based on Federal guidelines under the McKinney-Vento Act are eligible for protections that include economic, educational, and transportation supports to promote stability. Determinations of the designation of homelessness and entitlement to these protections are made on a case-by-case basis.
For more information regarding the definition and rights of McKinney-Vento children, please click on the Fact Sheet below:
If you are interested in learning more about programs that assist homeless students, please refer to the ISBE Homeless Education page which details statewide programs to support the homeless population.
Each school district in Illinois has a homeless liaison, who is responsible for ensuring the education of homeless children and collecting information about homeless students. In Lemont- Bromberek CSD 113A, the Homeless Liaison is Heidi Rudy, Director of Student Services; she can be reached via email or 630-257-2286 ext. 4611 if there are any questions.