Creating a Safety Net for McKinney-Vento Students: Effective Wrap-Around Services - CPE CREDIT - 31358
This session will focus on effective wrap-around services for McKinney-Vento students. These students are experiencing homelessness, which can make it difficult for them to access the resources and support they need to succeed in school. Wraparound services provide a safety net for these students, ensuring that they have access to the resources and support they need to stay in school and achieve academic success. During this session, attendees will learn about the unique challenges faced by McKinney-Vento students and how wrap-around services can help address these challenges. We will explore best practices for wraparound services, including academic support, social-emotional support, and basic needs support. Attendees will also learn how to identify McKinney-Vento students and connect them with the appropriate resources. Through interactive discussions and case studies, attendees will leave this session with a deeper understanding of the importance of effective wrap-around services for McKinney-Vento students as well as practical strategies for implementing these services in their own schools or organizations.
Schedule & Location
Assistant Principals, Central Office Administrators, Counselors, McKinney-Vento, Migrant,
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