The Migrant Education Program is a Title I supplemental program designed to meet the unique needs of students whose seasonal relocations may disrupt their educational opportunities. A migrant eligible child is one who has traveled with his/her family within the past three years to conduct subsistence/commercial activities.
The Migrant Education Program provides support services to qualifying students and their families. Below is a list of some services available to qualifying students:
-Tutoring for middle and high school students in need of additional academic support.-Back to School supplies and resources -Family Nights-Summer Enrichment Scholarships to attend educational summer camps or summer programs offered by the school district.-Academic enrichment activities during the school year as needed.-Eligibility for district's free lunch program
By filling out this online questionnaire we will be able to determine whether or not one or more of your children qualify for the Migrant Education Program. Once completed a Migrant recruiter will contact you to follow up on your eligibility. Thank you for taking the time to complete this 5 minute questionnaire!