Migrant Education Program

Washington State ranks third in the nation for the number of its migrant students, whose families make an enormous and valuable contribution to our agriculture, fishing, forestry, and dairy industries.

U.S. Department of Ed. Data Express 2010

The goal of the migrant program is to ensure all migrant students reach academic standards and graduate, to prepare them for responsible citizenship, further learning, and productive employment.

Program Services

Migrant kindergarten kids

Family Engagement

Parents, your involvement influences student academic success.Learn about program services and activities. 

 
Migrant Kids Chatting

Summer Learning

Summer learning is essential to the educational success of migrant students.

Learn more about summer school programs and academy opportunities.

Migrant Kid Getting on bus

Educator Engagement

Professional learning and resources for Migrant educators including para-educators, migrant graduation specialists/student advocates, migrant recruiters/record clerks, pre-school staff, teachers, administrators, and federal program directors

Upcoming Migrant Events

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