Homeless and Foster Care Services
We provide educational services for students that are homeless and children and youth who are part of the Foster Care system. Students that are homeless are identified by the federal McKinney-Vento homeless law as those who, as part of a family or living alone, lack a fixed, safe, stable and adequate housing such as living in cars, motels, shelters, someone else’s home, transitional housing or similar settings.
For more information please contact: Ligia Calvo, McKinney-Vento and Foster Care Coordinator, (425) 456-4287
The Right to Transportation
Did you know Washington students who are experiencing homelessness have a right to receive transportation services to their school of origin? Check out this video from Columbia Legal Services featuring some of our Bellevue School District staff members to learn more about legal and social supports.