Migrant Ed/PASS Program

Contact:  Guadalupe Alvarado, Ext. 5108

What is the Migrant Education Program?

The Migrant Education Program was established in 1966 to provide supplementary instructional services and support to migrant families. The Migrant Education Program is federally funded but is supervised by the State and the California Department of Education. 

Under the Migrant Education Program, students are eligible for supplementary support. 


 

Academic: 

  •  Cyber High Program to make-up credits 
  • Academic tutoring before school, during lunch, and after school 
  • Individualized learning plans  
  • College and career advisement  
  • Academic student workshops 
  • Speech and Debate Team 
  • College and Career Readiness Academy 
  • Math and Science Innovation Academy 
  • Family math nights 

 

Health: 

  • Free school meals program 
  • Referrals to community resources 
  • Health provider referrals 
  • Health fair 

 

Out of School Youth: 

  • Educational and career outreach 

Parents: 

  • Migrant Parents Advisory Committee Conferences 
  • Parent workshops 

Summer/Intersession Services: 

  • Cyber High program to make up credits  
  • Student workshops 
  • College and Career Readiness Academy 
  • Math and Science Innovation Academy 
  • Family Math Nights 
  • Migrant Summer School