Migrant Education is a federally funded program which is authorized through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) The focus of the program is to identify and provide academic support to those students whose education is interrupted by migratory work. Students who travel more than 20 miles from home for a combined total of 8 days and 7 nights to obtain seasonal work (fishing, logging, or agricultural) are likely to be eligible for program services.
The goal of the KPBSD Migrant Program is to improve the achievement levels of eligible migrant students who have not met state proficiency standards in reading, writing, and mathematics. Other benefits may include free school lunch, tutoring outside the school day, and participation in winter and summer reading opportunities.
Please use this link to access the Migrant Education Form. Return the completed form to your neighborhood school.