The District will identify migrant students and assess their educational and related health and social needs. If students are identified, the District in accordance with federal law will:
- Provide a full range of services to migrant students through appropriate local, State and federal educational programs, including applicable Title I programs, special education, gifted education, vocational education, language programs, counseling programs, and elective classes.
- Provide migrant children with full and appropriate opportunities to meet the same challenging State academic standards that all children are expected to meet.
- Provide to the extent feasible;
- advocacy and outreach programs to migrant children and their families, including helping such children and families gain access to other education, health, nutrition, and social services, and
- professional development programs, including mentoring, for District staff,
- Family literacy programs,
- The integration of information technology into educational and related programs.
- Provide programs, activities, and procedures for the engagement of parents/guardians and family members of migrant students in an understandable format and language.
Migrant Education Program for Parent/Guardian and Family Member Engagement
Parents/guardians and family members of migrant students will be involved in and regularly consulted about the development, implementation, operation, and evaluation of the migrant program.
Parents/guardians and family members of migrant students will receive instruction regarding their role in improving the academic achievement of their children.
|CROSS REFERENCE||Section 6:170 (Title I Programs)|