STUDENTS IN TRANSITION (HOMELESS)

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Dr. Allen L. Dosty, Jr.
Coordinator, Child Welfare & Attendance
adosty@lodiusd.net
(209)331-7055

                                                Dr. Rafael Ceja                                          Coordinator, Educational Support Services
rceja@lodiusd.net
(209) 331-7033

Sharon Bedwell
Typist Clerk
sbedwell@lodiusd.net
(209) 331-8053

Esther Grijalva

Community Liaison Asst., Homeless

egrijalva@lodiusd.net

(209) 331-8908

 

 

 

Lodi Unified School District is committed to serving all students regarding their circumstances. If you or someone you know is in need of services or support, please feel free to contact: 

Esther Grijalva

Community Liaison Assistant

209-331-8908

Please complete the housing questionnaire below and return it to Sharon Bedwell or your site Principal. If you have any questions or need support with filling out this form please contact educational support services at:

209-331-8053. 

   LODI UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

     HOUSING QUESTIONNAIRE 

HOUSING QUESTIONNAIRE (SPAN)

 

The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act,  a federal law first enacted in 1987, states that each state educational agency is to ensure that children and youth who are homeless have equal access to the same free, appropriate public education as provided to all other students.

10 POSSIBLE SIGNS OF HOMELESSNESS

Erratic attendance or tardiness Gaps in skill development
Poor hygiene and grooming Inability to contact parents
Attention-seeking behavior Hunger and hoarding food
Concern for safety of belongings Sleeping in class

Inappropriate dress for weather

Wearing the same clothes for several days

   

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