The Corpus Christi Independent School District is committed to ensuring the identification, school enrollment, attendance, and opportunities for academic success of students in transition. Education Services for Students in Transition promotes the stability and continuity of education as well as provide social supports during a period of housing instability for students in transition including: students in foster care, students experiencing homelessness, students who are military dependents, and students who are refugees and asylees. A goal of this office is to ensure students receive a quality education during school transitions.
Due to the closure of District schools and offices, Education Services for Students in Transition will provide homeless students and families educational services remotely via district communication methods. Educational services include academic monitoring, education on McKinney Vento, registration guidance, and college admissions support. Homeless students and families will be provided social services that include case management, community agency and mental health referrals. Qualifying homeless students will be assisted with basic necessities via curbside.