The goal of the Migrant Education Program (MEP) is to ensure that all migrant students reach challenging academic standards and graduate with a high school diploma (or complete a GED).
Resources for Identification & Recruitment. Every recruiter receives consistent and systematic training regarding their local migrant-funded ID&R requirements.
MSDRS staff in Sunnyside provide a statewide, consistent and systematic training as to Migrant Records Clerks in migrant-funded districts regarding their local MSDRS requirements.
MSDRS provides a Portable Assisted Study Sequence (PASS) credit retrieval program. Since 1978, the PASS Program offers semi-independent study courses designed to help students in grades 7 through 12 to get on track to graduate.
Helpful statistical information regarding the migrant program taken from the MSIS.
Maps displaying Washington State Migrant and Non-Migrant districts
List of Districts
School District Directory
A collection of materials to assist in providing services to migrant students.
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A helpful list of links to MEP Offices, Other State Systems, and migrant education related websites.
This link provides a listing of forms and resources available from the MSDRS office. In addition, a PDF version is available for viewing purposes or to print.
MSDRS is involved in Academies Dare to Dream and Voices in the Field. Additionally, MSDRS assists the annual Washington State Migrant Education Program Conference.
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Phone: (509) 837-2712
Toll Free: (800) 274-6084
Fax: (509) 839-9017
This report calculates the total number of students by age and grade level; identifying students who are one or two (1 or 2) years behind their peers or off course to graduate.