Graduation Enhancement

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The Migrant Education Program (MEP) promotes the transition to postsecondary education through the promotion of students’ leadership opportunities, college readiness support, statewide assessment performance improvement activities, credit accrual, counseling, and coordination of activities that will ensure that all migrant students are informed about postsecondary opportunities and criteria.

Graduation Plan Support

Los Fresnos CISD administrators, counselors, teachers, and staff provide graduation plan support by:

  1. developing individualized migrant student action plans,
  2. providing leadership for coordination of services,
  3. monitoring course completion for Priority for Services students with late entry and/or early withdrawal,
  4. reviewing and enforcing district migrant policies and procedures concerning students with late entry and/or early withdrawal,
  5. intervening on behalf of students whose concerns put their academic success at risk,
  6. ensuring that migrant students and parents are receiving timely information and assistance regarding the college application process, including scholarship opportunities and financial aid, and
  7. providing migrant extracurricular clubs

 

The Migrant Education Program provides supplemental graduation plan support above and beyond what is provided by the regular staff.

For information contact:

Los Fresnos High School Counseling Department

(956) 254-5333
(956) 233-3900
(956) 254-5300

Los Fresnos United

Counseling Department
(956) 254-5250
(956) 254-5251

Migrant Specialist

(956) 233-6945

 

 

 Additional Resources:
 

The mission of the Office of Migrant Education (OME) is to provide excellent leadership, technical assistance, and financial support to improve the educational opportunities and academic success of migrant children, youth, agricultural workers and fishers, and their families.

 

At the Region One Education Service Center, counselors and teachers can find professional development workshops and the latest information relative to migrant students:

 

The Texas Education Agency provides leadership, guidance, and resources to help schools meet the educational needs of all students.

 

Counselors have access to conference information, frequently asked questions, guide for program development, links, and contacts.

 

The High School Equivalency Program (HEP) and the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP).

 

Texas Migrant Interstate Program (TMIP) facilitates intra- and interstate coordination in order to help meet the educational needs of migrant children from Texas who migrate out of state, including Out of State statewide assessment testing.

 
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