Migrant Education Program (MEP) Services

The IU5 Migrant Education Program supports all migratory students to succeed academically, graduate, and be ready for responsible citizenship, further learning, and productive employment. 


Migrant Child:

A child age 3-21 who has moved across a school district line with/or to join a migrant parent who obtains temporary or seasonal employment in qualifying agricultural or fishing work.

Services for Qualifying Children:

  • Tutorial programs
  • After school extended hours
  • Summer programs
  • In-home programs
  • Health & social support services
  • Parental involvement
  • Advocacy
  • Language Arts & Enrichment

Qualifying Activity of Parents:

  • Cultivating evergreen trees
  • Planting vegetables
  • Harvesting fruits and/or vegetables
  • Preparing and Processing fruits and vegetables
  • Pruning fruit trees
  • Loading and transporting goods

For more information regarding these services, please contact:

Migrant Education Department
(814) 734-8392