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Students in Temporary Living Situations (STLS)

CPS protects the educational rights of homeless students and ensures they receive all the services, programs, and activities provided to students who live in permanent housing.

 

For students who do not live in permanent housing, attending school and staying on track for their grade can present challenges on many levels and across different areas. CPS schools and networks provide assistance in removing these barriers to qualified Students in Temporary Living Situations (STLS), including the provisions of services such as transportation, school uniforms, school supplies, fee waivers, and referrals to community resources.

 

To find out if your student and family are eligible for STLS services, contact Ms. Ford, the STLS Liaison at Uplift. For more information on the STLS Program in CPS, click here. Please see the attached forms for the rights of homeless students and relevant resources.