• Coordinate transportation arrangements for students to remain in their "school of origin".
    • Provide necessary school supplies.
    • Connect students and their parents with before and after-school programs in their district.
    • Facilitate assessment of children and youth in reading, writing and math to make transition to classroom easier and more productive.
    • Help school staff locate and compile records for students in temporary or transitional housing who are new to the district
    • Connect students and families with appropriate school district and community resources.
    • Facilitate orientation for new students and their parents to school.
    • Serve as a liaison between school, parents, students and community agencies to meet the educational needs of children and youth.
    • Communicate with schools about students in their building, and contact teachers, and school administrators about developing issues.
    • Maintain contact with school buildings to support students, staff and parents with issues that pertain to students in transitional and temporary housing situations.