Student Events Database
Manage and add migrant students in your District to events such as Dare to Dream and Voices from the Field using the Events Database.
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Student Engagement Opportunities
The Migrant Education Program is proud to offer student engagement and learning academies for migrant students. For more information, contact Heather Garcia-Mendoza at gro.rdsm@stneve.
Dare to Dream
Classes are taught by University professors and are full of, interactive activities promoting leadership, math, science, or health science skills. Updates will be posted as they become available. 2021 Dare to Dream Academy information will be available Winter 2021.
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Exploring Your Future
Voices from the Field
A program to engage middle-school aged children of migrant workers in project-based learning experiences that will address multiple areas of academic learning including science, art, and communication skills.
Science Program at Islandwood
2021 Voices from the Field Science Program information will be available late winter/early Spring 2021.
OSPI Notice to School Districts
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction's Title I Part C Migrant and Arts Education Programs, in collaboration with Arts Impact are developing an opportunity for students and staff to participate in on-line learning at this time of social distancing. Arts Impact, working with teaching artists are in the process of creating Studio Time for students and Educator Professional Learning for educators to learn about the newly developed arts-infused math and ELA lessons.
Native Voices Arts Academy
When: November 16-20, 2020
Academy Delivery Model: Online Program via Zoom
Voices Arts Program
2021 Summer Voices Arts Program information will be released late winter/early spring 2021