The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act can help provide school stability for your child if you do not have a permanent home and are:
Staying with friends or family because you lost housing or
Living in a shelter including transitional programs or
Staying in motels because you cannot get your own home or
Living on the streets, in a car, van, tent, or other non-permanent structures
For information regarding this policy, contact the Homeless Liaison for Mohawk Area Schools -- Mrs. Lorree Houk 724-667-7782
Warrior Work App - This application displays the assignments for every teacher in Mohawk Jr/Sr High School. It also has the ability to email the teacher directly from the application. (This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad)
Crisis Shelter of Lawrence County
The Crisis Shelter of Lawrence County Website - www.fightforzero.org
To report abuse or for help call the Crisis Shelter's 24 hour hotline - 724-656-7867
School Success Ideas
With K12PaymentCenter.com you never have to worry about lost lunch money again. K12PaymentCenter.com is a secure, easy and convenient way to apply funds directly to your student's account online. You can even check the account balance and keep an eye on what your student is buying!
Please visit K12PaymentCenter.com for more information.
Mohawk has signed up to use Prostar. Prostar is an easy way for you to keep-up-to-date online.
Please log in at https://goedustar.harriscomputer.com/pol/pol_index.htm
Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV
The mission of Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV is to provide educational and administrative leadership, programs, services, and resources which enhance the education of all individuals to meet the changing needs of a global society.
Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV is one of 29 IU's serving schools in Pennsylvania. Our intermediate unit serves the 27 school districts in Butler, Lawrence and Mercer Counties.
In addition to providing programs and services requested by area school districts, MIU IV also implements programs mandated by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, the State Board of Education, the General Assembly, and the US Department of Education.