Migrant Education services vary from district to district.
Regular yearly services include:
- Identification and enrollment for eligible migrant students
- Supplemental instruction in areas including academic content, early childhood education, native language, ESL and guidance advocacy
- Migrant student health services including medical, dental and accident insurance in cooperation with other agencies
- Migrant high school students have the opportunity to be selected to attend the annual Cesar E. Chavez Leadership Conference (CECLC), held at Western Oregon University
- Migrant high school students are eligible to compete for scholarships based on their essay writing, poetry or art submissions to CECLC.
- Through a partnership with Macy’s and the Reading is Fundamental program we provide thousands of books to migrant students each year
- Support services that facilitate migrant student attendance/participation at school
- Parent involvement and educational strategies, including training
- Technical assistance to school districts on program design to address the unique needs of migrant students in their buildings.
- After school programs
- Early childhood learning / Pre-K programs