Migrant Education

  • Migrant Education Program

    The Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation's Migrant Education Tutorial & Support Services Program (METS) provides a variety of services and opportunities for migrant farmworkers and their families to encourage and assist them in achieving their full potential.

    The Migrant Program is committed to promoting equity for migrant farmworkers and their families by valuing diversity, understanding the importance of their work, advocating on their behalf and identifying and addressing the ongoing and emerging needs of the migrant population.

    Who's Eligible?

    Families may be eligible if they have moved across school district or state boundaries within the last three years in order that a parent or guardian might secure or search for employment in agriculture including: dairy farming, food processing, picking/harvesting or packing of fruits or vegetables, fishing, logging or tree farming.

    School Districts Served

    Oswego County: Altmar-Parish-Williamstown, Central Square, Fulton, Hannibal, Mexico, Oswego, Phoenix, Pulaski, Sandy Creek

    Jefferson County: Alexandria Bay, Belleville-Henderson, Carthage, General Brown, Indian River, LaFargeville, Lyme, Sackets Harbor, South Jefferson, Thousand Islands, Watertown

    Lewis County: Beaver River, Copenhagen, Harrisville, Lowville, South Lewis

    Wayne County: Clyde-Savannah, Gananda, Lyons, Marion, Newark, North Rose-Wolcott, Palmyra-Macedon, Red Creek, Sodus, Wayne, Williamson 

Program Services

  • Advocacy

  • Family Literacy

  • Health Services

  • In-School Students

  • Parent involvement

  • Special Activities