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Migrant Program

      Parlier Unified School District
 The school year is now underway and we are continuing to recruit and identify Migrant families in our community.  The Parlier Unified School District Migrant Team has worked vigilantly to partner closely with students, parents, staff, and site administrators to best meet the needs of our Migrant students.  Please do not hesitate to contact us at (559) 646-2731 Ext. 1007, if we have any questions regarding Migrant services and/or resources.  We look forward to working with you throughout the school year!
                                                          Mrs. Rosie Borboa
                                                          Director of  Migrant Education/Compensatory Education
Rosie Borboa                                                              Suzie Garza                                                                     Jackie Martinez
Migrant Director                                                      Migrant Support Service Technician                 Migrant PHS Counselor
rborboa@parlierunified.org                              sgarza@parlierunified.org                                        jackie.martinez@parlierunified.org                 
Maria Aguilar                                                                Lucy Reyes                                                                  Roberto Aguilar
Migrant Student Service Aide                              Migrant Community Liaison                             Migrant Community Liaison
maguilar@parlierunified.org                                 reyes2@parlierunified.org                                 raguilar@parlierunified.org 
Description: image002.png@01CC745CExciting Migrant News!
We are very excited to announce that Parlier High School Migrant students have been awarded one of the 2018 Innovation Grants through The Foundation at FCOE group for the amount of $1,000.00!  The grant will provide Parlier High School Migrant students with the opportunity to participate and engage in enrichment activities in the area of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).  Our Migrant students will greatly benefit from learning STEM skills with hands-on activities provided by the SAM Academy who will facilitate the trainings. 
We want to take this opportunity to congratulate and thank Miss Jackie Martinez, Parlier High School Migrant Counselor, for successfully writing a winning grant and submitting all the support documents for the grant application!  
The award was presented to Miss Martinez at a reception held at the Fresno County Superintendent of Schools by Superintendent Jim Yovino on Thursday, October 25, 2018.  We look forward to all the learning that will take place and providing our Migrant students with skills for the future!Image result for stem clipart




The Region IV Migrant Education program is a federally-funded program that provides education and supplemental support services to migrant children, ages preschool through 21 years.

Visit the FCSS Migrant Education Website

Contact Information:

Misty Cruz



(559) 265-3098 ext. 4330