Migrant Youth Advocate Program

Helping Youth Improve their Academic Success

Youth Advocate Program provides:

For students:

  • Advocate to represent migrant youth
  • Academic support with classes, scholarships, and college applications
  • Leadership development, trainings, and conferences
  • Assistance with obtaining and transferring student health and education records
  • Help as needed to ensure equal participation in school activities and programs

For families:

  • Information and referrals to community agencies for food, clothing, adult education, health care, and other social service needs
  • Parental Involvement Meetings
  • School-Parent Liaison contact

For Migrant Education Graduation Advocate (MEGAS) & school staff:

  • Training on the Migrant Education Program and teaching strategies for migrant students
  • Technical assistance with identification and support of migrant students
  • Coordination with Regional, State and Federal Migrant Education program to support migrant students

The goal of the Migrant Youth Advocate Program is to help all students graduate on time from high school.

Participating Schools

  • Greeley Central High School
  • Greeley West High School
  • Northridge High School
  • Jefferson High School
  • Greeley-Evans Alternative Program (GAP)
  • Brentwood Middle School
  • Franklin Middle School
  • Heath Middle School
  • John Evans Middle School
Contact Info at Brentwood:
Albert Maldonado
Migrant Education Graduation Advocate
(970) 348-3074
 
Greeley-Evans Weld County School District 6 in partnership with Centennial BOCES