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Located at: 77 E. North St. in Ilion at the Remington Educational Complex.
Contact: 315-867-2025 or 315-867-2085
Individual and small group help in the basic skill areas of: reading, grammar and math.
Classes are on-going and you can enroll at anytime during the year.

Located at: 77 E. North St. in Ilion at the Remington Educational Complex.
Contact: 315-867-2025 or 315-867-2085
For Students at least 18 years of age and out of school.
Individual and small group instruction in grammar, math, reading, science, social studies and writing.
Program is on-going and you may begin at anytime during the year.
Monday-Friday 8:30am - 3:00pm
Monday & Wednesday 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Tuesday & Thursday 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Located at: 77 E. North St. in Ilion at the Remington Educational Complex.
Contact: 315-867-2025 or 315-867-2085
This is another way to earn a local High School Diploma.
Program is designed for adults over 21 who have gaines skills from: living, working, raising families, managing time and money; and for adults who want to take responsibility for their own learning.
You work at home and return to the Center with completed tasks, then work individually with one of the teachers.

Located at: 77 E. North St. in Ilion at the Remington Educational Complex.
Contact: 315-867-2025 or 315-867-2085
For people learning the basic skills of the English Language.
Instruction is provided in small groups and individually.

THE McKINNEY-VENTO ACT COVERS CHILDREN AND YOUTH WHO DON'T HAVE A FIXED, ADEQUATE AND REGULAR NIGHTTIME RESIDENCE, SUCH AS THOSE LIVING:
-in an emergency or transitional shelter;
-with friends or relatives due to loss of housing or economic hardship (also known as doubled up);
-in a motel, hotel or campground;
-in a car, bus or train station or other public place;
-in an abandoned building or some other inadequate accommodations; or
-in temporary situations while awating foster care placement.

THEY CAN CHOOSE FROM:
-the school they went to when permanently housed (known as the school of origin);
-the last school they went to (also known as the school of origin); or
-the school located in the attendance area where they are temporarily living (known as the local school).

STUDENTS IN TEMPORARY HOUSING HAVE THE RIGHT TO:
-immediately enroll in school and attend classes;
-get free transportation to the school of origin even if it is in another district;
-get free transportation to the local school if transportation is provided to other students;
-get special education services immediately if the student has a current IEP (even if the IEP itself is not available or if it si from another district);
-participate in any school activity that is available to other students and get transportation to an from all before or after-school activities if it is provided to other students; and
-get free school meals without filling out an application.

Each School District in New York State and BOCES has a Homeless Liasion. If you have questions, contact Mary K. Kline, Homeless Liasion for Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES at 315-867-2079.

Dolgeville-Manheim Public Library:
24 N. Main St. in Dolgeville
315-429-3421
12-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Thursdays

Margaret Reaney Memorial Library:
19 Kingsbury Ave. in St. Johnsville
518-568-7822
6:30-8:30 p.m. Mondays

Little Falls Public Library:
10 Waverly Place in Little Falls
Call BOCES: 315-867-2025 or 315-867-2085
9 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays

Working Solutions:
320 N. Prospect St. in Herkimer
Call BOCES: 315-867-2025 or 315-867-2085
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays

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