About the Program

about 1 year ago

The Minot Public Schools Students In Transition (formerly Homeless Children and Youth Program) began in 1989 under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act. It is jointly funded through the McKinney-Vento grant and Title I funds. In conjunction with school district staff and non-profit agencies throughout the community, the program is dedicated to identifying and working with children and youth experiencing transition in the form of homelessness. It is our desire that students stay in school, grow academically, and receive necessary support to achieve to their full potential.

For more information, contact Polly Sivertson,
Students in Transition Coordinator
833-7562


Minot Adult Learning Center
1609 4th Ave NW
Minot, ND 58701
857-4488


  • Polly Sivertson
    Students in Transition Coordinator
    For more information,
    contact 833-7562
  • Location
    Minot Adult Learning Center
    1609 4th Ave NW
    Minot, ND 58701
    857-4488
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