Parlier Unified School District
On behalf of the entire Migrant Program staff, we would like to thank all our Migrant families for working so closely with all of our district staff. We had a very productive 2018-2019 school year and we look forward to another great school year for 2019-2020. We will continue to provide our Migrant community with all the services and resources available to our district through the Fresno County Superintendent of Schools and the Region IV Migrant program. Have a great summer and please don't forget to visit our Migrant Parent Resource Center located at John C. Martinez School!
Mrs. Rosie Borboa
Director of Migrant Education/Compensatory Education
PUSD MIGRANT STAFF
Rosie Borboa Suzie Garza Jackie Martinez
Migrant Director Migrant Support Service Technician Migrant PHS Counselor
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Maria Aguilar Lucy Reyes Roberto Aguilar
Migrant Student Service Aide Migrant Community Liaison Migrant Community Liaison
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Summer School 2019
June 11, 2019 - July 18, 2019
Migrant summer school academic intervention services will be provided for Migrant students who will enter 1st through 12th grade for the 2019-2020 school year. Students at the elementary and middle school level will be referred to attend summer school by their teachers. A special emphasis will be on early literacy, reading comprehension, language acquisition, and math skills. The Parlier Unified Migrant Program has contracted with the Academic Leadership Foundation to provide additional support to the services already provided to students by the summer school program. Migrant students at Parlier High School will be provided with core subject support in core classes offered by the district, while Migrants students not registered for core classes will have access to Cyber High for credit recovery. Supplemental in-class support and Cyber High support will be provided by the Academic Leadership Foundation group. This is an opportunity for our Migrant students to recover credits towards meeting high school graduation credit requirements. The Academic Leadership Foundation will continue to serve Parlier High School Migrant students with Cyber High through August 2, 2019. They will continue services from July 21-August 2, 2019 at the Migrant Parent Resource Center at John C. Martinez.
FRESNO COUNTY (FCSS) - MIGRANT PROGRAM
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
DEPARTMENT AUTOMATION SPECIALIST
(559) 265-3098 ext. 4330