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Migrant Education Program

What is the Greeley-Evans School District 6 MEP Program?

The Migrant Education Program (MEP) provides educational support services to students who have moved into the school district within the past three years and whose parents work in : farming/ranching, planting/harvesting field crops, poultry, dairy, food processing, meat packing, sorting/grading/sacking vegetables and/or fruits, seed packaging, hauling fruits/vegetables, canning, orchards, greenhouse/nursery, tree processing/forestry, irrigation, sod farms, or on the feed lots. 


What can the MEP program do for my family?

  • Help enrolling your student(s) in school
  • Provide a Migrant Education Graduation Advocate (MEGA) to help students navigate their educational career
  • Summer school and special migrant student programs
  • Help you communicate with your child's school
  • Tutoring and mentoring for students
  • Schools supplies as needed; help with some school fees
  • Free breakfast and lunch for students
  • Help with college and scholarship applications


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