Student Achievement

Contact Us

Eric Volger
Migrant Ed. Coordinator
541-966-3163
eric.volger@imesd.k12.or.us
Obdulia (Abby) Muñoz
Lead Recruiter/Home School Consultant

Student Accident Insurance

The Migrant Education Program provides insurance to help with the cost of treatment for injuries caused by accidents. It covers accidents that occur 24 hours a day, all year. The insurance covers part, but not all, of the cost. The insurance does not cover treatment for illness or previously existing conditions.

If a migrant family has other insurance, the Migrant Student Accident Insurance covers part of the cost not covered by the other insurance plan. Parents should send a claim form to their other insurance company first, and then to the Migrant Education Program.

Bilingual Coordination

  • Coordinate with the local school's Title III programs to provide best possible educational services in order to meet the needs of individual students without duplication.

Support Services

  • Home visits and other parent contacts
  • Counseling regarding attendance and other school issues
  • Assistance in seeking scholarships and applying for post-secondary education
  • Referrals and coordination with agencies, service groups and businesses to secure needed help for health, housing, clothing, and food
  • Advocacy support
  • Limited transportation, interpretation, and translation
  • Liaison support between school and families

Parent Involvement Activities

  • Home visits and other parent contacts
  •  Counseling regarding attendance and other school issues
  •  Assistance in seeking scholarships and applying for post-secondary education
  • Referrals and coordination with agencies, service groups and businesses to secure needed help for health, housing, clothing and food
  • Advocacy support

Migrant Summer School

Migrant Summer School Information

Migrant Preschool

  • Serves migrant eligible 3-5 year olds that are not in Kindergarten
  • Priority given to children not receiving other preschool services
  • The program collaborates with and supports programs provided by local school districts such as "Ready for Kinder" and "Little Steps for School Success"

Regular School Year

  • Grades K-12 for eligible migrant students
  • Supplemental academic support
  • Counseling and other support services available
  • Services coordinated with the district's Title III and Bilingual programs
  • Consultation and resource services to local administrators and staff

Migrant Education Links

Migrant Education Program

Priority for services to students: Section 1304(d) of the statute gives priority for services to migrant children:


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