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Homeless Services


Homeless Education

Burnet CISD McKinney-Vento Services

The McKinney-Vento Act addresses challenges that students experiencing homelessness or housing instability face with enrolling, attending, and ultimately succeeding in school.

Burnet CISD McKinney-Vento Liaison staff will assist families and students who are enrolling in our schools to address barriers to registration and education and provide students the opportunity to participate in school.  

Our services are intended for helping students to enroll, attend, and receive the educational resources that they need to experience school success.  We can help parents and caretakers ensure that students have the same educational opportunities as other students enrolled in the school district.

We support every school in Burnet CISD.  Please see our McKinney-Vento brochure (English/Spanish) for more information or call or email 

Ryan Morris - Burnet CISD McKinney-Vento Liaison 

512-715-5132 - [email protected]

Region 13 McKinney-Vento Team - Cheryl Meyers 

512-919-5462 - [email protected]

The McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act (Act) provides important protections and rights for homeless children and unaccompanied homeless youth. For more information regarding homeless services, please contact Ryan Morris at [email protected] or 512-715-5132.
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