Migrant Education Enrollment Survey

Goal or Purpose – Migrant Education

The purpose of Migrant Education is to provide supplemental instructional and/or family support services to migratory families.  Any individual between the ages of 0 – 21 years of age who moves from one school district to another, during the last 3 years, with their parent or guardian, for the purpose of finding temporary or seasonal employment in the agriculture or fishing industries may qualify. 

Extended Day Tutoring

After school tutoring classes are offered to BCSD kindergarten to eighth grade migrant students.

Migrant Education School Readiness Program (MESRP)

MEES instructional programs offer kindergarten readiness and parenting classes for preschool age students and their parents.

Staff Development

Professional development opportunities are offered to all BCSD teachers who are interested in working with migrant students.

Concurrent Study

Concurrent study is a home-based supplemental tutoring program that serves Priority for Services and At-Risk Migrant students under special circumstances as approved by the Migrant Regional Director.

Parent Component

Migrant Education provides opportunities for parents to participate in the following committees: State Parent Advisory Council (SPAC), Regional Advisory Council, (RAC) and Parent Advisory Council (PAC). Site PAC meetings are held throughout the year at scheduled school sites.

Health and Support Services

Migrant students in need of dental care and/or who have failed the district’s vision screening test are eligible to fill one of the 100 available slots for services.

Other Migrant Student Study Opportunities

• College Visitations (BC, CSUB, UCLA, and USC)
• Intensive Writing Academy at CSUB
• Math Academy at CSUB
• Algebra Academy
• Ventura County Speech and Debate Tournament
• Young Scholars Leadership Conferences at CSUB
• Out of School youth (OSY), College Preparation/Motivational Workshops/Career Awareness
• Inter-Act Family Project
• Performing Arts Groups

Nondiscrimination Policy

Bakersfield City School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived characteristics of race or ethnicity, color, ancestry, nationality, national origin, ethnic group identifications, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, or genetic information or any other characteristic identified in Education Code 200 or 220, Penal code 422.55, or Government Code 11135, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying, you should immediately contact the school site principal and/or the District’s Human Resource Administrator, at 661-631-4663, or at 1300 Baker Street, Bakersfield, California 93305. A copy of BCSD’s Uniform Complaint Procedures and Non-Discrimination policies are available by clicking here and/or upon request.