SOESD / School Improvement Services / Migrant Ed/ELL/
Indian Ed / English / Migrant Education
Migrant Education / Title IC
Migrant programs are available to qualified migrant students in Klamath, Jackson, and Josephine Counties. The programs are designed to support students in meeting challenging academic Reading and Mathematics standards. In addition, Migrant students automatically qualify for Free Lunch and receive an accident insurance policy. Migrant staff also link families to community support services as needed. Specific projects are listed below. All of these programs receive support from our AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator.
After School Programs
These programs are run by the local districts and funded by Migrant Education. They provide homework help and tutoring at ten different sites in our region.
Summer School Programs
These programs are run by the local districts and SOU and are funded by Migrant Education. They serve preschool to high school students. During the summer of 2017 migrant funded summer programs were implemented at 21 sites and served over 800 students.
These programs are run by the local Head Start, CCRN, and OCDC and are funded by Migrant Education. During the summer of 2017 migrant funded preschool programs were implemented at 5 sites and served over 70 students
Senior Transition Program (Sobresalientes)
Sobresalientes offers assistance to Migrant seniors with the process of obtaining scholarships and selecting post-high school educational opportunities. These include FAFSA preparation activities, scholarship application support, and instruction in essay writing and letters of recommendation strategies.
Academia Latina is a one-week summer residency program for Latino/a middle school students, held at Southern Oregon University in August. The program is designed to help middle school students orient themselves as future college students, and to provide direct instruction in math, reading, leadership, theatre, technology, science, art, and dance.
CAMP (College Assistance Migrant Program)
This is a one-year assistance program for migrant college froshmen who plan on attending Chemeketa Community College, Lewis and Clark, Oregon State University, and Boise State University. Services vary based on the campus attended, and may include fee waivers, book costs, orientation and success support, tutoring, medical insurance, and social support).
High School Equivalency Program (HEP)
HEP is a University of Oregon-based residency high school equivalency diploma program for migrant students who meet certain criteria. Students must be between the ages of 16 to 21, have dropped out of school, complete the math and reading tests, written essay and application.