Title I, Part C - Migrant

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    Marion County Public Schools
    Migrant Education Program
     

    Marion County's Migrant Education Program is a Title I, Part C-federally funded initiative designed to provide assistance and services to meet the educational needs of migratory parents and their eligible children.

     

    DEFINITION OF A MIGRANT CHILD

    A child age 3 to 21,  which parents or guardians have moved within the past 36 months across state or county lines in order to seek or obtain temporary or seasonal employment.

     

    TYPES OF SERVICES AVAILABLE

    • Early Childhood Program (children ages 3-5),
    • After School Tutorial Program (grades K-12),
    • Health Services (school physicals and dental examinations), and
    • Other Services (academic assistance for furthering a child's education through college, vocational programs, referrals to agencies, and Drop-Out Prevention).

     

    For more information about the Marion County Migrant Education Program, please contact the Office of Grants and Federal Programs/Title I located at Howard Academy Community Center, 306 N.W. 7th Avenue, Ocala, Florida 34475 or call (352) 671-4171.