Social Skills and Positive Peer Interactions
Organization and Study Skills
Alcohol and Other Drugs
Sexual and Reproductive Health
Nutrition and Healthy Living
Homeless Education Coordination
Referrals to Community-Based Services
REFERRALS FOR SCHOOL-BASED SERVICES
Parents interested in their child receiving services may submit a completed Parent Referral form (English; Spanish) to the Senior Director of Student Support Services at email@example.com or at the campus front office.
Students, ages 14 and older, may request services by submitting a completed Self-Referral form (English) to the Senior Director of Student Support Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or at the campus front office.
School-based services are provided by Haynes’ wellness staff free of charge. Those interested in services provided on-site by DC Core Service Agencies will need to provide insurance information, and may incur co-pays depending on coverage.
HOMELESS STUDENT SERVICES
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act of 2001 requires all school districts to provide homeless children and youth, including unaccompanied youth, a free and appropriate education.
E.L. Haynes Wellness Team and other staff allies work with homeless students and families, shelters, and community organizations to ensure that students’ basic, educational rights are protected.
These rights include:
Immediate enrollment in school
Confidentiality regarding disclosure of homeless status
Continuity of educational program at the school of origin or placement in a school that is in the best interest of the student
A challenging, rigorous education equal to that of their peers
Additional support from the Wellness Team includes the following:
School fee assistance
Referrals to other city services
FOSTER CARE & EDUCATION
E.L. Haynes has points of contact who advocate for children in foster care within the school and ensure their special needs are met.
Point of Contact: Maria Conner, Senior Director of Student Support Services at email@example.com