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Program Services


Elementary School

High School

  • Academic and career advisement 
  • Instructional services 
  • Cyber High
  • Leadership and higher education conferences
  • Monitor graduation requirements and provide intervention strategies
  • University tours 
  • College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) assistance for first year college students
  • Mini-Corps tutors 

Migrant Health and Support Services

  • Wellness and dental screenings and health fairs 
  • Collaboration with schools and health agencies
  • Emergency health referrals
  • Professional development for migrant staff and parents 
  • Identification and recruitment 
  • Local, state, and federal regulations regarding the migrant program
  • Technology

Migrant Ed Out-of-School Youth (OSY) students

  • Life Skills / Successful U.S. Integration, Academic and Healthcare Access
  • Weekend Workshops/ 6 Annual, Focus on Current Events
  • High School Equivalency Prep & High School Credit Accrual 

Parent Education

Parent education and involvement is a key component of the Migrant Education Program. Every participating school district is required to have a Parent Advisory Committee (PAC). Elected representatives from each PAC participate in a Regional Parent Advisory Committee (RPAC), which advises the program administration on the services provided by Region IX. Parents receive training on various topics to enable them to provide feedback and recommendations for program improvement. Parents are also trained in advocating and supporting their students and providing leadership in their school districts. Services for parents of migrant students available through the Migrant Education Program Region IX include:

  • Parent conferences/local and statewide
  • Parent leadership classes
  • Effective parent involvement
  • Parent retreats 
  • Training on a variety of educational, social and health topics