Migrant Education

Migrant photoWelcome to Imperial County Migrant Education Region 6

The Migrant Education Program (MEP) is a federally funded program, authorized under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 designed to provide supplementary educational and support services to identified migrant students.  Currently Region 6 enrollment is approximately 7,754 migrant students ages 3-21. The school age children are being served by 13 school districts in Imperial County.

Migrant Education, Region 6 is a supplemental educational program that provides support services through partnership and collaboration with school districts and community agencies to maximize the academic success of migrant students. Region 6 works closely with parents, school districts and community agencies to design supplementary academic services, activities and programs to ensure equitable opportunities for all migrant students and thus increase the graduation rate in the migrant student population.

Supplementary Services offered to MEP students:

  • Medical/dental/optical services
  • Educational support
  • Summer school programs
  • After-school programs
  • Outdoor educational experiences

These are some of the supplementary services that Imperial County Migrant Education Program Region 6, in partnership and collaboration with school districts, offers to the migrant student population.  Additionally, ICOE-MEP Region 6 offers advocacy and academic guidance to all our migrant students.

MEP Region 6 Director
Dr. Sandra Kofford
MEP Fiscal Manager
Clarissa Acuna
MEP Manager
Manuel Soto
MEP Identification
and Recruitment Supervisor
Ramon Santana
MEP Academic and Health
Support Services Supervisor
Amelia Rosas-Carlos