Migrant education funds support high-quality education programs for migrant children and help ensure that migrants who move between states are not penalized in any way for disparities among states in the curriculum, graduation requirements or the state academic content and the standards of academic achievement of the students.
The goal of the Migrant Education Program is to ensure that all migrant students reach challenging academic standards and graduate with a high school diploma that prepares students for further learning and productive employment.
To see if you qualify or to make a referral, please click below and answer a 1 minute questionnaire.
Migrant Education Program Referral
Free services may include:
- 24-hour accident insurance for eligible students
- Migrant Parent Advisory Committee (MPAC)
- School tutoring
- Summer school for migrants PK-8
- Adult education
- Leadership conferences for students and families
- Support of social and health services and referrals to external agencies.
More information about the Migrant Education Program:
PCC College Assistance Migrant Program
PCC High School Equivalency Program
Oregon Migrant Leadership Institute
Oregon Department of Education
ODE webpages on Title I-C Migrant Education
Oregon Migrant Education Service Center
ContactsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgElena Collazo SantiagoAssistant Director971-347-5923 (call or text)Marcela ZivkovicTOSA503-318-1451 (call or text)Juan RamirezRecruiter503-735-5697 (call or text)Yolanda MoralesFamily Engagement Specialist503-314-8451 (call or text)Damian SanchezBusiness Operational Specialist971-500-3069