Title I Part C: Migrant Education Program (MEP)
Services are provided to eligible students based on the availability of funds, priority for services, and need. The Migrant Education Program employs highly qualified and trained teachers, advocates, migrant support services aides/recruiters, and social workers.
Children are classified as migrant if they have moved with their families across school district lines in search of temporary or seasonal work in any agricultural or fishing activity within a period of thirty-six months. This work must be directly related to:
- Harvesting (including tree harvesting)
- Processing of crops
- Dairy products
- Catching or processing of fish
School Based Programs
- Academic support for students who have needs identified by parents, teachers or migrant advocate.
- Transportation and Snacks are provided.
- Home visits to families
- Bilingual staff to assist families to fully participate in program activities
- Adult education opportunities
- Family nights
- Reading and Math Enrichment using researched based curriculum and programs taught by certified teachers.
- Breakfast, lunch and snacks are provided.
- Transportation is provided.
- Theatre Camp
- Special Programs embedded are PE, Lego Labs (elementary), STEM (secondary), Computer Lab