The mission of Wayne County Public Schools Migrant Education program is to provide continuous support to increase academic achievement for migrant students who are relentlessly overcoming difficulties due to the hardships brought on by a transient lifestyle. The Migrant Education program provides support for students and families to ensure a smooth transition into Wayne County Public Schools. All services provided are free and confidential.
The Migrant Education program serves the following students:
- Age 3-21;
- Have not yet received a high school diploma or its equivalent;
- Have moved into a school district within the last 36 months;
- Whose parents, guardians, spouses, or selves have moved due to economic necessity to obtain or seek work in agricultural production or fisheries.
Wayne County Public Schools Migrant Recruiters
Mary Luz Gonzalez and Mirna Aviles Cardoza, Migrant Education Recruiters, [email protected] and [email protected] 919-731-5960 ext. 3006
North Carolina Migrant Education Hotline: 1.800.234.8848