In addition to the regular programs prescribed by the state, the school district receives federal monies through the “No Child Left Behind Law” to provide additional supplemental services to District One students above and beyond the regular services provided in the classroom.
- Identifies students most in need of educational help (students do not have to meet income standards to qualify for services)
- Develops programs that add to regular classroom instruction
- Involves parents in all aspects of the program
- Provides on-going training for school staff
- Identifies students who have moved during the last three years due to their parent’s agricultural work
- Support for children aged three through the eighth grade
- Migrant Advocates provide support through on-going communication with both students, teachers and parents regarding attendance and academic progress
- Home liaisons/recruiters address the need for medical and social service through agency referrals
- Quarterly parent meetings provide information on education, literacy, community and health issues
- Supplements Yuma District One’s English Language Learner programs with supplies and materials, staff training, Intervention Teachers and ELL Summer Academy
For more information on the "No Child Left Behind Law," please visit the Arizona Department of Education website.