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Migrant Summer Program

Posted On: Friday, August 26, 2016

During the 2016 Migrant Summer Program, numerous activities were available for migrant students of all ages.  Participants had the opportunity to attend many different summer camps and programs, including 4-H Camp, Salvation Army Camp Paradise Valley, Camp Earl Wallace, Trooper Island Camp, Christian Walk Day Camp, ROTC Camp, Healthy Kids Camp, 21st Century Summer Camp, and the Library Summer Reading Program.  Home visits were made during the months of June and July to preschool students and other students who did not attend summer camps or programs.  Forty-two parents and students also enjoyed a field trip to Beech Bend Park.  Has your family has moved from one town or school district within the past three years?  Did you move seeking agricultural work (this includes working at Equity Group)?  If so, you may qualify for the Migrant Education Program!  For more information, contact Migrant Program Director Wayne Hughes at 606-387-6272.  

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