• Migrant Education Region 14 Planting the Seeds of Learning for a Brighter Future

    COME VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION

    1747 PRINCETON STREET

    DELANO, CA 93215

    (NEXT TO THE DELANO ADULT SCHOOL)

     

    “Region XIV serving Migrant students in Delano and surrounding communities”

    The Migrant Education Program was established by the United States Department of Education in 1966. The program is part of Title I Part C of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965 and most recently reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001.

     

    chart that states goals: english language development, english language arts, math, and high school and college ready  

    The program is designed to provide supplementary educational and support services to identified migrant students. The Migrant Education Program Region XIV is administered through the Delano Joint Union High School District and serves students in Delano and surrounding communities.

    Migrant Education, Region XIV, is a supplemental educational program which provides support services through collaborating with the Delano Union Elementary School District and other community agencies to maximize the potential of migrant students.

    Migrant Education, Region XIV supports its communities with the implementation of supplemental support services for eligible migrant students and their families.  In addition, the region provides leadership, professional development opportunities for teachers, instructional program support, fiscal program support, technical assistance, and identification & recruitment of students to the participating districts.

    The Migrant Education Program was established to meet the unique educational and social needs of migratory children between the ages of 3 to 22 years old. The program celebrates and exercises its legacy of civil rights by ensuring equal access to a high quality education for all migrant children.

    To learn more about the history of the Migrant Education Program, legal references, and program regulations visit the United States Department of Education Website.

     

For more information, please contact:

  • Dolores Rodriguez
    Director of Migrant Education

    661-720-4165

    1747 Priceton Street

    Delano, CA 93215

     

  • Nondiscrimination Policy

    The Delano Joint Union High School District is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education.  Such programs and activities shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on and/or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics of race, color, ancestry, nationality, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital, pregnancy, or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, genetic information, immigration status, Military Veterans status, homelessness, foster status, or any other basis prohibited by California state and federal nondiscrimination laws pursuant with Education Code 200 and 220, Government Code 11135 and Title IX.

    If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying you should contact your school site principal and/or the District’s Title 5 Compliance and Title IX Officer, Adelaida Ramos, Assistant Superintendent, at phone number 661-720-4125, address 1720 Norwalk Street, Delano California.  A copy of DJUHSD’s Uniform Complaint policy and Nondiscrimination policy are available here and upon request.

    Póliza de No Discriminación

    El Distrito Escolar de las Escuelas Secundarias de Delano está comprometido en igualdad de oportunidades para todas las personas en educación. Dichos programas y actividades deberán estar libres de discriminación ilegal, acoso, intimidación y “bullying” ​​en y / o asociación con una persona o grupo con una o más de estas características reales o percibidas de raza, color, ascendencia, nacionalidad, origen nacional, identificación de grupo étnico, edad, religión, estado civil, embarazo o estado paternal, discapacidad física o mental, sexo, orientación sexual, género, identidad o expresión de género, información genética, estado migratorio, estado de veteranos militares, personas sin hogar, estado de estudiantes en hogar temporal, o cualquier otras bases prohibidas por las leyes estatales y federales de no discriminación de California de acuerdo con los Códigos de Educación 200 y 220, el Código de Gobierno 11135 y el Título IX.

    Si cree que ha sido víctima de discriminación, acoso, intimidación o “bullying”, debe comunicarse con el director de su escuela y / o con la Oficial de Título 5 y Título IX del Distrito, Adelaida Ramos, Asistente de la Superintendente, al número de teléfono 661-720-4125, domicilio 1720 Norwalk Street, Delano California. Una copia de la póliza de Quejas Uniformes de DJUHSD está disponible aquí y/o con su petición.