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SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES WORKING TOGETHER TO INCREASE IDENTIFICATION OF STUDENTS IN HOMELESS SITUATIONS

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Tuesday, August 27, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 4613 TX-3, Dickinson, TX 77539 Schools may not always identify students as homeless who are living in doubled-up and substandard housing situations. As a result, these students may lose access to many rights and services. Join JoAnn DePenning, Lyric Wardlow, TNOYS Youth Specialist, and Rachel Brownlie, TNOYS Program Coordinator as they share tools to help recognize homelessness when it is not obvious. Updates on legislation passed in the Texas Legislature on the use of out of school suspension for students experiencing homelessness will also be highlighted. This interactive training will encourage service providers and school personnel to develop systems to ensure homeless students are provided support and services. This training is offered as part of TNOYS’ Safety Nets for Students and Families project. It is free and open to all. Go to: https://2019trainings.kimbia. com/lgbtwebinar to registe

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