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Migrant Education Summer School

The Migrant Education Summer School serves approximately 350 migrant students (ages 3-22) every summer. All migrant students are eligible for summer school services. Students receive targeted instruction in reading and math by highly qualified teachers. The Migrant Summer School Program partners with the Macy's Share Program to provide free educational resources for the students.

Program Sites:    

  • Sunrise Elementary, Greater Albany School District    
  • Silverton HS, Silver Falls School District
  • Aumsville Elementary, Cascade School District  
  • McMinnville Evergreen Camp
  • Central School District - Elem. Middle and HS sites
  • Gervais Elementary, Gervias School District

Program Services:

  • Bilingual Instruction
  • Instructional focus on school-readiness, reading, mathematics, and high school graduation
  • Bi-national teachers as cultural resource specialists
  • Macy’s Share Literacy Program, each child will select two books to take home
  • USDA Food Service Program-breakfast, lunch and a snack
  • Dental and health programs