Are you living…
Then McKinney-Vento Services can help:
Integral Youth Services has partnered with Klamath Falls City and County School Districts to identify students living in transitional situations not deemed appropriate for night time residency. The McKinney-Vento Act was created as a way to ensure all children are given equal opportunity to a fair and just education.
The purpose of the IYS McKinney-Vento Program is to meet the needs of at risk youth and ensure equal access for all students. IYS accomplishes this goal in the following ways:
Liaisons are trained to visit schools regularly, monitor attendance, and help advocate for kids with excessive missed days. The students and their parents work with the Liaisons on a regular basis to ensure that all needs are met and that all kids are taken care of. The goal of this program, and of the Liaisons is to ensure equal opportunity, and IYS wants to see the kids of the program succeed.
If you are in need of McKinney-Vento services, please reach out to your school liaison, or call us at (541)882-2053.
The Mobile Hub is designed to bring resources out to McKinney-Vento families and youth living in the rural towns of Klamath County. This includes materials from partnering organizations in town, as well as bringing other IYS program aids out into rural communities.
This program is intended to engage with youth in exercise activities as well as provide to their families in need.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider and is in partnership with local community organizations including Klamath and Lake Food Bank and Cascade Health Alliance
Current schedule subject to change; continue to check our website and social media @IYSKIDS for updates as driving conditions and state protocol develop.
Reach The Mobile Hub directly at (541)591-2458