Ranch Volunteer Recognition
Boy Smiling
Group of students
Elsworth Elem
group photo
students with teacher
Ranch Staff Recognition
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bus with students
3 students
Board Meeting
Baseball Team

Food & Clothing Bank Information
Informacion sobre el Banco de Comida y Ropa



Migrant Education Harvest of Hope

McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistant Act

The McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act of 2001 offers educational services for the children of families in transition to permanent housing. As a family experiencing transitional housing, you have the right to:

  • Continue your child’s education at the school they attended prior to becoming homeless (their school of origin).
  • Enroll your child in any public school that other students are eligible to attend, from the same attendance area.
  • Have your child enroll in and have full and equal opportunity to succeed with out being separated from other students.
  • Receive educational services for which your child is eligible including transportation services, participation in meal programs, referrals to health care/immunization services, and other appropriate services.

Migrant Education Program

Do you work in agriculture, live stock, processing of milk (dairy), crops, poultry, or fishing?

Have you moved in the past three years seeking temporary or seasonal employments?

Are you or your children younger than 22 years old? In school grades kindergarten to twelfth? Have you or your children not obtained a GED?

If you answered yes to all or some of these questions, you and your family may be eligible to participate in the Migrant Education Program.

If you are eligible for one of these services, McKinney Vento Act or Migrant Education Program, or need more information, please contact us at (480) 987-5304.