Migrant Education services are available to families who have moved into a new school district looking for work in the agricultural industry (e.g., growing/picking mushrooms, cutting/packing meat or vegetables, milking cows, picking orchard fruits, growing/harvesting field crops, cutting trees, etc.). To qualify for services, families must have moved within three years of the date that they are contacted by a Migrant Education staff member.
Specific services include:
- educational support services
- extended school-day programs
- Saturday programs
- summer programs
- pre-school instruction
- parental involvement
- post-secondary orientation programs
- health and social service agency referrals
- student leadership skills development
- work-site ESL classes (for out-of-school youth)
- life-skills lessons
To find out more about Migrant Education services, please click here.