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Migrant Education Program

Programs

The Santa Maria-Bonita School District’s Migrant Education Program is very successful in providing many supplemental services to  over 3600 Migrant students. Some of these services are:

  • Migrant Extended Day (Adam, Alvin, Battles, Bruce, Fairlawn, Miller, Oakley, Ontiveros, Sanchez)
  • Migrant before /after school homework clubs (Arellanes, Arellanes Jr. High, Bonita, Fesler Jr. High, Liberty, Rice, Taylor, Tunnell, Kunst Jr. High, El Camino Jr. HIgh)
  • Migrant Saturday School
  • Migrant Education School Readiness (MESRP) Parent /Child Home visits
    • MESRP is a family literacy program for parents and their preschool children. Families with children from ages three to five are given priority for services. 
  • Parents for Quality Education (PIQE)
    • PIQE's programs engage, empower, and transform parents to actively engage in their children's education and strengthen parent-school collaboration in order to improve the academic success of students.
  • Continuous Learning Packets
  • Supplemental emergency medical assistance/referral, dental or vision care (when all other community resources have been exhausted)
  • MEPIC Resource Center
  • Migrant Summer School
  • Educational Field Trips

 

Mep team

Johanna Chase
Migrant Education Program Director
805-361-8217

Eduardo Panting
Assistant Administrator
805-361-8190

Maria Mota
Secretary
805-361-8193

Alejandra Villalpando
Migrant Health Clerk
805-361-8195

Elizabeth Carrasco
Migrant Education Program PK Teacher
805-361-7410

Johny Mejia
Recruiter
805-361-8192

Hector Jimenez
Recruiter
805-361-8153

Elizabeth Salazar
Recruiter
805-361-8196

 Iliana Cardenas
Recruiter
805-361-4718