SOESD / School Improvement Services / Migrant Ed/ELL/
About Migrant Education/ELL/Indian Education
The Migrant Education/ELL/Indian Education program provides services to school districts in Jackson, Josephine, and Klamath counties. Funding is provided primarily through Title IC Migrant and Title VII Indian Education grants, with additional funding provided by Southern Oregon ESD and local foundation grants. Services include:
ELL Inservice & Training
Provides workshops, presentations, coaching, and consultations on the building, district, and regional levels to school districts in Jackson, Josephine and Klamath counties.
Direct Migrant Services
Migrant after school, summer school, and preschool programs are available to qualified migrant students in Jackson, Josephine, and Klamath counties. The programs are designed to support students in meeting challenging academic Reading and Mathematics standards. In addition, Migrant students automatically qualify for Free Lunch and receive an accident insurance policy. Migrant staff also link families to community support services as needed.
Title VII Indian Education Services
The Southern Oregon Indian Education Program's purpose is to provide services that address the unique educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indian and Alaska Native students in Jackson and Josephine counties in order to help them achieve to the same high standards expected of all students.