The Greenfield Union School District’s Migrant Education Program serves over 500 migrant students each year. In order to fill the academic gaps caused by a mobile lifestyle, the Migrant Education Program provides extended-day supplemental instruction for migrant students.
The district also has a Migrant Education School Readiness Program that serves over 100 migrant children who are between the ages of 3-5. This home based program focuses on early childhood developmental and kindergarten readiness skills. Parents participate in these classes and learn how to prepare their children for Kindergarten.
Parent involvement is a main component of the Greenfield Union School District’s Migrant Education Program. Migrant parents attend several meetings throughout the school year to learn how to navigate the education system. In addition, migrant parents attend regional and state conferences and workshops.
For more information, please contact:
Elva Avila DelGado
Migrant Programs Coordinator