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Migrant Education Services




Castroville Elementary School

Room 26

11161 Merritt Street

Castroville, CA 95012


Staff Directory


Claudia Díaz, Director

831 633-3343 ext. 1229



Rosalina Estrada, Migrant Support Aide

831 633-3343 ext. 1221



Raquel Davila, Migrant Support Aide

831 633-3343 ext. 1230



Devorah Duncan, Migrant Curriculum / EL Specialist



Teresa Ayala, Migrant Secondary Advisor

831 633-3343 ext. 3221



José Yañez, OSY Advocate

831 633-3343 ext. 3215



Adrian Rocha, OSY Advocate

831 633-3343 ext. 3220



Karina Herrera, Secretary / Translator
831 633-3343 ext. 1229

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What is Migrant Education?

Migrant Education is a federally funded supplemental program administered by the State Department of Education through a regional system to provide supplemental education and health services to Migrant children and their families.


Who qualifies as a Migrant Student?

Any child who has moved with their parents within the last three years whose parents moved with the specific intent to seek agricultural or agriculturally related work. Work in the fishing and timber industry may also qualify. The qualifying ages of the children are from 0 until the 22nd birthday, or until graduation from high school or an equivalent program.


Use of Migrant Education funds

Migrant Education funds are only to be used for migrant students and only after all other resources have been exhausted. The funding regulations must be adhered to, to ensure that migrant funds are used in the most supplemental manner.


Priority for services to students

Priority is given to students who are most at risk of not meeting district and state standards and who have had their schooling interrupted within the last year.