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These programs are part of the Bakersfield City School District's Student Services Department. These students often move or change placement in foster care more than once during the school year. The primary objectives of the Three Movers' McKinney-Vento and Foster Youth programs are to provide educational stability, equal access to public education, and academic success to these two student populations in the Bakersfield City School District. Intra-district transfer requests: transfers from one BCSD school to another BCSD school. Keep up to date with the latest news from the Kern Regional Center, the California Department of Developmental Services, and other local resources.

The staff identifies these students and they are granted certain rights to help them succeed in school. In the absence of an approved transfer, students are expected to attend school in the attendance area in which they reside. As a member of the Bakersfield Kern Regional Collaboration for the Homeless (BKRHC), the goal of DHS is to help all communities in Kern County end homelessness by providing a clear and systematic pattern to help people quickly access the most appropriate services available through standardized access, a standardized evaluation process, and a coordinated referral (matching) process.

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