Northeast Early College High School

Student and Family Support Services

With many Austin ISD students living in food-insecure households, access to healthy food may be challenging when the district is closed.  Families can use the community resources below to find free meals in their area while Austin ISD offices and schools are closed for the fall break November 21-25:

 

El acceso a los alimentos puede resultar difícil para muchas familias cuando el distrito cierra. Las familias pueden usar los recursos de la comunidad para encontrar comidas gratis en su área, mientras que las escuelas de Austin ISD están cerradas por las vacaciones de otoño del 21 al 25 de noviembre:

HOLIDAY RESOURCES! 

Blue Santa registration for holiday assistance is open online for families who live in Austin city limits and have a child under the age of 14 years!  Please share this link to the bilingual online registration form with your families: https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=9hleXKumRUux0L5GCKmmf15LNxWFTntJhLEBZqEkDmhURFRHMVBCRjgyMzNWNTY2WkdOWVZOSERHVy4u.  Registration must be completed before Friday, November 18.  Here is a flyer you may use to promote: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1McCTPA3wsfkTmoW8CTqNuNgPICas6Tuw/view?usp=sharing

 

FOOD DISTRIBUTION

 

 

Our parent support specialist, Rina Guzman, rina.guzman@austinisd.org is available to provide resources to families such as: 

  • In-School Services (CIS, tutoring, etc.)
  • Clothing/Food/Furniture Needs
  • Housing, Rent, Utility Assistance
  • Health Insurance Eligibility
  • Computer Training
  • ESL and GED Classes
  • Personal Financial Training
  • Parenting and Leadership Classes
  • Counseling

 

Project HELP's mission is to ensure the educational rights and protections due under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act to all students experiencing homelessness.

https://www.austinisd.org/project-help