The purpose of the Court Ordered Placement of Students program is to facilitate, model, and assist in building a cooperative, collaborative, and integrated environment for schools/districts and institutions/facilities to work together in support of each other to deliver quality education for court placed students and out of district placed students.
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Children and Youth program assists children and youth attending schools throughout the state of Wyoming. This program requires that every school district in the state have a district liaison to facilitate homeless children and youth in obtaining services needed to give them an opportunity to fully participate in receiving a quality education. These services include school supplies, emergency clothing, musical instrument rentals, medical/dental/social services referral, and educational associated fees, just to name a few.
Juvenile Justice is a compilation of all things related to youth, the justice system, and its relationship to education. This includes, but is not limited to prevention, intervention, re-entry, transition, and special programs. Juvenile Justice relates to the most restrictive on the continuum of educational services.
The purpose of the Migrant Education program to ensure the equitable distribution of federal funds to participating districts and to ensure the identification and recruitment of eligible migrant students is accurate.
Supplementary programs for students who have been incarcerated, in out-of-home placement, or are otherwise at risk of not successfully completing school.