Migrant Education Program & PAC (Parent Advisory Committee) Meeting Information
What is the Migrant Education Program?
Migrant Education is a Federal Program under the Department of Education founded in 1966.
The program provides supplemental academic and health services for qualifying students and their families. Students between the ages of 3 and 22 who meet the following criteria are eligible for migrant services.
Migrant eligibility criteria include students who have moved within the last three years:
- Due to economic necessity
- Moved from one district boundary to another
- Moved with a migratory worker or they themselves are a migratory worker
A migratory worker is someone who:
- Moved in the last three years and, after doing so, performed new temporary or seasonal work in agriculture
- The migratory worker can be a parent or a legal guardian
The North County Joint Union School District offers the following supplemental services:
- Free Lunch
- School Readiness Program
- Academic Case Management
- Math and English Language Arts Summer School
- Educational Excursions
- Linkage and advocacy to community resources including mental health services
- Parent Workshops and Parent Advisory Council meetings
Currently, the North County Joint Union School District serves 72 migrant students.
Migrant Parent Advisory Council (PAC)Meetings
Time: 6:00 pm
Where: Spring Grove School — Classroom 4
For more information please contact:
Spring Grove School office at (831) 637—3745
Ruby Alvarez, Specialist Aide, ext. 108
Gabriella Armenta, Director, ext. 110