Guymon Migrant Education Program
Services Available for Migrant Students:
After School Tutorial - The tutorial program takes place in the Migrant Family Learning Center located at 712 N. Academy in room 202 on Monday-Friday from 3:30-6:00 p.m.
Academic, Career, & Personal Counseling – The academic interventionists provide one on one or small group services to migrant students.
Higher Education Conferences and Activities – Secondary migrant students are provided experiences which focus on higher education options. College experiences and career awareness are also a focus at these events.
Enrichment Activities – These include a variety of activities which enrich the migrant students’ experiences. These may include self-esteem activities, outdoor education, music appreciation, or other activities that expand on the migrant students’ experiences.
Summer School Programs – Migrant students receive services during the summer which focus on strengthening academic areas. Most of these are four to six week programs.
School Breakfast/Lunch – Migrant students are welcome to enjoy breakfast and lunch in the school cafeteria.
Work Study/Experience – Based on an assessment of dropout potential and on a limited basis, work-study is provided to migrant students who might otherwise drop out of school and migrant Out of School Youth (OSY).
Health/Support Services – The Migrant Education program in coordination with parents, school nurses, medical providers, dentists, and community social service agencies helps migrant students obtain social services as well as medical and dental care for problems which impede their school work. This may include but is not limited to translation/interpretation, transportation assistance with applying for public and private benefits e.g. SoonerCare, WIC, housing, food, clothing, assistance in making medical or dental appointments and advocacy. In addition, Migrant staff will work with parents and schools to ensure that students receive state mandated screenings and vaccinations.
For more information contact any of the MEP staff.