Migrant Education Program (MEP)
Migrant Education Program exists to assist children and families that lead a migratory lifestyle due to working in seasonal or temporary work in the agriculture industry by removing the barriers that this lifestyle creates in the educational process. Eligible families must have moved within the last (3) three years across county lines for a job in the agriculture industry that is temporary or seasonal in nature.
If you feel that you or someone that you know may qualify for inclusion in this program, please contact one of the staff members identified here, or call 502-570-3028.
Molly McComas, Assistant Director of Student Services
Diana Kuta, Program Assistant
Victor Gutierrez, Recruiter/Advocate