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Kentucky Migrant Education Program Ag Survey
The Kentucky Migrant Education Program (MEP) is authorized by Title 1, Part C of the every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The KY MEP provides a variety of educational services to families who work in agriculture, regardless of their nationality or legal status. This program is free of charge to all eligible families and may include tutoring, free lunch eligibility, educational field trips, summer programs, parent involvement activities, emergency needs and referrals to other services as needed. A program employee may contact you for further information if needed.
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In the past three years, has your family lived in another Kentucky school district, another state, and/or another country?
In the past 3 years, has anyone in your household had a job working with any of these products (not including your own property) on a farm, in a field, in a greenhouse, in a sawmill, in a nursery, or in a factory? Mark all that apply
Livestock (cattle, pigs, sheep, dairy, etc.)
Crops (wheat, corn, soybeans, etc.)
Processing (meat, fruits, vegetables, trees, etc.)
Nursery, sod, greenhouse
Trees, timber, plants, flowers
Child's Name/DOB/Grade/School (please list all children in the household less than 22 years of age)
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