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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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Title 1 migrant special programs

Luwando Wright–Hines, Director

What is a migrant child
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
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
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
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 migrant student information exchange

  • 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.