TITLE 1, Part C

  • Title 1c Migrant Education Program


    The Migrant Education Program (Title IC) is a federal program to support students who move across district boundaries for agricultural purposes, such as crop work or fishing/crabbing.   Most of La Conner School District's migrant students are Native American.   You can also find us on Facebook by searching La Conner Migrant Program.


    If you'd like to see interviews with some of our Special Services staff, including Migrant, you can watch a video of a Town Hall meeting held on Dec 15, 2021.    Click here to watch.   Passcode is X=$0azLf.   Information about parent rights and complaint procedures is near the end.   

    For more information on eligibility, please read below.

    For more information about the Migrant Education Program statewide, check on OSPI's Migrant Education Page.   




    Do I Qualify?



    In our MIgrant program, the students are regularly invited to different programs, conferences or academies like "Native Voices", "Dare to Dreeam", "Migrant Youth Conference",etc.

    With COVID, these have had to be virtual but we look forward to being in-person again. 

       Here is a link to see what Native Voices is like and stories about the educators that teach there. 

    Basket Weaving

    Here is a link to check out the Dare to Dream program our Migrant students are invited to each year.. 


    This year, our 6-12th graders are invited by the ESD to the Migrant Youth Conference 2021


    Miguel Villegas centered


Last Modified on August 3, 2022