Community Information Database
Migrant Education Region 11
|General Agency Information|
|Name:||Migrant Education Region 11|
|Alternate Name(s):||Migrant Education Region XI|
|Address:||294 Green Valley Road|
Watsonville, CA 95076
|Description:||We are committed to:
Identify, raise awareness of, and evolve to meet the needs of the community we serve.
Provide educational guidance, intervention and support to maximize the academic and personal achievement of the students and families we serve.
Create partnerships and advocate for equitable access of school and community resources to promote social justice.
Empower the families we serve to utilize available health, social, legal, and educational resources.
Create and foster cultural forums to honor the richness and diversity of the community we serve. The Migrant Education Program will achieve this mission through an accountable, evidence-driven decision-making process.
ELIGIBILITY: Children are eligible to receive Migrant Education Program services if they meet the definition of “migratory child” and if the basis for their eligibility is properly recorded on a certificate of eligibility (COE) or other written or electronic form. The term "migratory child" is defined in section 1309(2) of the statute and section 200.81 (e) of the regulations.
|Mission:||Our mission is to advocate for the community of Migrant children, young adults, and families who reside within the Pajaro Valley Unified School District.|
The need for quality preschool programs in Region 11 is great. We ended the 2010/2011 year with 1,449 preschool-age students in our program, and 536 students received migrant-funded services.
Out of School Youth or OSY: refers to 14-21 year old migrant youth who have not graduated from high school, have not received a high school equivalency diploma, and/or have not passed the GED examination.
Health: The Region 11 Migrant Education Program assists in the coordination of health care services for migrant students and provides direct services where needed.
Parent Services: Title I supports parental involvement by enlisting individual parents to help their children do well in school.
|Languages other than English:||Mixteco|
|Accommodations for Disabled:||Wheelchair Access|
|Public Transportation:||Available Within One Block|
|Eligibility:||See Description Notes|
|Areas Served:||Pajaro Valley|
|Funding Source:||State Government|
|Parent Agency:||Pajaro Valley Unified School District|
Educational Support Services
Health Care Referrals
School Based Integrated Services
School Health Programs
|This record last modified June 19, 2016|