Did you know that Washington State ranks second in the nation for its number of migrant students?

The Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Title I Migrant Education Program, in partnership with schools, communities and families, supports the unique educational and health needs of migrant students by enhancing their opportunities for personal success and advocating for quality services that promote responsible and productive individuals.

The Migrant Department at NCESD 171 is dedicated to supporting schools and communities in providing quality services for migrant students and their families. The NCESD Migrant team is available to provide in-district support in program planning and review, which includes in-depth data analyses based on student achievement. In addition, the team provides a yearlong calendar of professional development opportunities that ensures Migrant Program Directors stay current on State and Federal requirements, as well as academic strategies and techniques that are designed to eliminate barriers Migrant students and their families may face regarding successful school participation and completion.