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TITLE 1, MIGRANT & SPECIAL PROGRAMS. Luwando Wright–Hines, Director. What is a Migrant Child?. Between ages 3-21 Has moved across a school district line Within preceding 36 months Seasonal employment Agricultural or fishing. Education of Migratory Child: Program Purpose.

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Luwando Wright–Hines, Director

What is a Migrant Child?

  • Between ages 3-21

  • Has moved across a school district line

  • Within preceding 36 months

  • Seasonal employment

  • Agricultural or fishing

Education of Migratory Child:Program Purpose

  • Support high-quality and comprehensive educational programs

  • Ensure that migratory children who move among the states are not penalized in any manner

  • Ensure that migratory children are provided with appropriate educational services

  • Ensure that migratory children receive full and appropriate opportunities

  • Design programs to help migratory children overcome educational disruption, cultural and language barriers, social isolation , various health-related problems and other factors that inhibit the ability of such children to do well in school

How do we best serve our Migrant Students?

  • As part of the 2001 No Child Left Behind Act, all eligible migrant families are to be identified and recruited to receive program services

  • Eligible families will receive supportive services, which include but are not limited to: scholarship opportunities, family literacy designed to educate the entire migrant family, advocacy/outreach activities for migratory children and their families

  • Parent involvement activities

New Registration Forms

  • If a parent checks yes to:- “Have you, or has anyone you know worked in the farming/agricultural industry in the past three years?”

  • Copy second page; include student’s FSI# and pony to the Title 1 Department, Attn: Lenora Burney


  • MSIX is an online system containing migrant student records from all participating states to facilitate the national exchange of migrant students’ educational information among the states.

  • MSIX produces a single “consolidated record” for each migrant child that contains information from each state in which the child was ever enrolled.

  • MSIX contains the minimum data elements necessary for the proper enrollment, grade and course placement, and accrual of credits for migrant children.

  • If you would like to see if a student has records in MSIX you may contact Paula Camacho at 754-321-1416 or send a request with the student’s name to paula.camacho@browardschools.com

  • If at anytime during the year through discussion with a parent you believe that the student may qualify for Migrant services; please contact Lenora Burney at 754-321-1414.

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