Welcome to Yuma Union High School District's Federal Programs Department.Our district offers a Title I Schoolwide Program at each of its six schools to assist students in reaching academic success. Yuma Union also operates a district-wide Migrant Education Program and Structured English Immersion program to all students who qualify for services in these two areas. Federal Program houses the Arizona Migrant PASS Program for students to recover missing credits through a self-paced program.
Parents' Right to Know
Parents of students attending a Title I school may request a review of the professional preparation and qualifications of their student's classroom teachers. Requests to review teacher qualifications can be made at the Federal Programs office.
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act
Any student experiencing homelessness and in need of basic academic supplies (i.e. transportation, clothing, school supplies) can request his or her guidance counselor to complete and submit a McKinney-Vento referral form to the homeless liaison. Guidance counselors and students will be notified of referral determinations within five business days.
Ley de Educación para Personas sin Hogar McKinney -VentoCualquier estudiante sin hogar y en necesidad de suministros académicos básicos ( como transporte,ropa , útiles escolares ) puede solicitar a su consejero el completar y presentar un formulario de referencia McKinney -Vento a la persona responsable del programa. Los consejeros y estudiantes serán notificados de la determinación dentro de cinco días hábiles.