Migrant Education

ALAS Summer School

Speech and Debate 2017

The 7th Annual State Migrant Speech and Debate Tournament was held in Fresno May 5th through May 7th, 2017. 


Congratulations to all the student participants from Migrant Education Region11.  Miria Ramos received a medal for recognition as a graduating senior!  Yamilet Vigil won First Place for Extemporaneous Speech!


Our region sent 5 High School students from Pajaro Valley High.  They are Jennifer Diaz, Daniel Ramos, Miria Ramos, Hilary Rodriguez and Karen Vega.  Their Coach, Miguel Orejel. 


We also sent  2 Middle School Students from Rolling Hills Middle School-Wendy Diaz and Yamilet Vigil coached by Diana Muñoz.   Leonel Corona from Cesar Chavez Middle School attended as an observer.  


For more information contact Diana Munoz, Migrant Teacher and Speech and Debate organizer for Migrant Education.




The Center of Community Advocacy (CCA) from Salinas and their director recognize our Migrant Ed School Readiness Staff (MESRP) for our graduation in acquiring the presenter's certificate to be able to offer our MESRP families the "Familias Fuertas" series in the future. 

Migrant Teachers: Dalila Guzman, Mercedes Barrios, Nancy Ayala, Emely Martinez and Luis Medina, Director.

Parent State Conference 2017

Laura Ocampo, New School - Travel to Washington DC


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Migrant Student Honored at Board Meeting

Nominated Student of the year - Ivan Leon, New School


Our Mission & Goals 

Our mission is to advocate for the community of Migrant children, young adults, and migrant families who reside within the Pajaro Valley Unified School District. We are committed to:

  • Identify, raise awareness of, and evolve to meet the needs of the community we serve


  • Provide educational guidance, intervention and support to maximize the academic and personal achievement of the students and families we serve


  • Create partnerships and advocate for equitable Access of school and community resources to promote social justice


  • Empower the families we serve to utilize available health, social, legal, and educational resources


  • Create and Foster cultural forums to honor the richness and diversity of the community we serve


    The Migrant Education Program will achieve this mission through an accountable, evidence-driven decision-making process.


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Luis, Medina, Director

Migrant Education Program

294 Green Valley Road

Watsonville, CA 95076

(831) 786-2150



VIP Parking for the Month

Socorro wins District VIP Parking!

The programs Migrant Outreach Specialist!


Congratulations to Socorro Maduena!


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