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Migrant Education Program

The SFUSD Migrant Education Program tailors its services to meet the unique needs of urban migrant students, most of whom have settled out of a migratory life but still need and qualify for services for three years.  Supplemental activities include advocacy and outreach activities, helping children and families gain access to other education, health, nutrition and social services.

Mission

Improve educational opportunities for Migrant Education Program students to support success in the regular school. Advocate for the students and families on academic, health, social and emotional levels.

Services Offered

  • School Readiness Program (MESRP)
  • K - 8th Grade Academic Support Services
  • 9th - 12th Grade Academic Support Services
  • Out of School Youth Services (for 14 - 21 year olds) 
  • Health and Social Services
  • Parent Support and Participation Services
  • Identification and Recruitment 

For more detailed information on available services, please contact:
Blanca Gonzalez, Community Liaison/Student Advisor
(p) 415-355-6947
(e) gonzalezb@sfusd.edu 

Additional information on services is also available here

Basic Eligibility Factors

  • The child is younger than 22
  • The child is eligible for free public education (e.g., the child is not a high school graduate and does not hold a high school equivalency certificate)
  • The child moved within the past 36 months
  • The worker moved in order to seek or obtain qualifying work
  • The worker sought or obtained temporary or seasonal employment in agricultural or fishing work
*Families or youth must complete a brief interview with a program representative to determine eligibility

Contact Information

The SFUSD Migrant Education Program is based out of
Mission High School, Room 101
3750 18th Street
San Francisco, CA 94114 

For more information, please contact:

Blanca Gonzalez, Community Liaison/Student Advisor
(p) 415-355-6947
(e) gonzalezb@sfusd.edu

Gina Padilla-Quintanar, Community Relations Specialist
(p) 415-828-7115
(e) padillag@sfusd.edu

Additional information is available at www.sfusdaccessequity.org

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