• Migrant Education
     
    Migrant Education 

    The Migrant Education (MEP) program provides formula grants to State Educational Agencies (SEAs). These grants assist states in improving educational opportunities for migrant children to help them succeed in the regular school program and meet the challenging state academic content and student academic achievement standards.

     

    Migratory Children Definition

    The program serves children and youth who fulfill the following criteria:

     

    1. Age 3-22;

    2. Have not yet received a high school diploma or its equivalent;

    3. Have moved into a school district within the last 36 months;
    4. Whose parents, guardians, spouses, or selves have moved to obtain or seek

         seasonal or temporary work in agricultural production or fisheries;

    5. This work in agriculture or fisheries provides a principal means of livelihood for the

         worker and family.

     

    Supplemental Services

     

    1. School Supplies

    2. Home based tutoring

    3. Summer Programs

    4. Opportunities for out of school youth (OSY) to learn English
     

     Mary Gwen Phillips  is the Migrant Tutor/Recruiter. Contact Information (336)438-4220.