Homeless Services

Homeless/Transitional Services

HomelessChildren and youth experiencing homelessness (including those living with extended family or friends, in shelter, hotels, etc.) face many challenging issues on a daily basis. To alleviate any educational barriers such as school enrollment, attendance, or academic achievement, the School District of Superior is committed to the implementation of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act. 

Partnering with community agencies, the School District develops, reviews, and revises policies that impact the educational services for homeless students. 

Since 2010, the School District has worked with National Bank of Commerce, United Way, and Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank to distribute NOW, Nutrition on Weekends food backpacks to students with identified need.

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
Education for Homeless Children and Youth (EHCY)

Homeless Resource Guide for Teens
Homeless Services Community Resources

Contact Amy Warring
Family Services Coordinator



The Nutrition on Weekends food backpack program is designed to provide easy-to-prepare, nutritious food over the weekend for identified students.

If you have questions about the program, or would like more information, please contact Amy Warring at 715-394-87