The mission of the Migrant Education Program is to help migrant children and youth meet high academic challenges by overcoming the obstacles created by frequent moves, educational disruption, cultural and language differences, and health-related problems.

    A large percentage of Duplin County's economy comes from agriculture therefore a lot of workers come to Duplin County with their families in search of seasonal work (picking tobacco, blueberries, sweet potatoe, etc).  These families (including out-of-school youth) move frequently. These movies can put children at risk of staying behind in their studies or not attending school altogether.  Our goal is to help the children of these migrant families so that someday they will graduate from school.
    We can aid migrant students and out-of-school youth with interpreting, tutoring, school materials, referrals for other school services, referrals for medical services, and English classes.
    The Migrant Education program serves all migrant students and OSY in the Duplin County district.  For any help, questions, or reports call:
     Susana Avery (Migrant Recruiter / Data Specialist) 910-271-4509 
    Lesbia Gomez Canales (Migrant Recruiter / Tutor)  910-271-4508
    Below are some tools and sources that can be of help for migrant families in Duplin County:
     The link below is a college guide for undocumented students. It is a valuable source for those students that will be graduating from high school and are unsure of what schools they can attend based on their legal status. Please feel free to access the website and see what is available for your students.



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Last Modified on June 16, 2020