Title I, Part C Migrant Education


The purpose of the migrant education program is to reduce the educational disruptions and other problems that result from repeated moves. Migrant Education assists eligible students by ensuring that they are provided supplemental educational services in order to meet the same challenging state content and student performance standards that all children are expected to meet. There are 7 areas of focus in the Migrant Program:

  1. Migrant Services Coordination (all levels)
  2. Identification and Recruitment (ages 3-21)
  3. Early Childhood Education (ages 3 – 2nd grade)
  4. Graduation Enhancement (Grades 7-12)
  5. Parent and Family Engagement (all Levels)
  6. Secondary Credit Exchange and Accrual (Grades 9 - 12)
  7. The New Generation System for Migrant Student Record Transfer (3-21)

NOTE: The Northside School District has entered into a shared service arrangement with Region 20.

If you feel you are eligible for Migrant Education, please contact:

Patricia Martinez
Migrant Program Coordinator
Instructional Services & Programs
Phone (210) 370-5684
Fax (210) 370-5744
Email: Patricia.Martinez@esc20.net