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Homeless Education and Literacy Project (HELP)
The Homeless Education and Literacy Project (HELP) team and Hillsborough County Public Schools are dedicated to assisting homeless and in-transition families and children by eliminating barriers to school enrollment, attendance, continuity, and overall academic success.
Migrant
The Migrant Education Program is a federally funded program that serves migratory children ages 3 through 21 and their families.
Private Schools
Under Title I, the district is required to provide to eligible private school children, their teachers, and their families Title I services or other benefits that are equitable to those provided to eligible public school children, their teachers, and their families.
Project PROMISE
These programs offering Mentoring, Intervention Services, and Educational support, in collaboration with the Federal Title I, Part D Program and the Student Intervention and Dropout Prevention Program is the district’s program for at-risk youth.
Renaissance Schools
Renaissance schools are schools that have the highest number of students who qualify for free and reduced lunch.
Title I Parent and Family Engagement
Hillsborough County Public Schools is committed to increase parent and community engagement throughout the district. The district fosters wider and more substantive family and community involvement by identifying and sharing information with schools and community partners about the many different ways parents can get involved in their child's education.
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