Your child may be eligible for the Migrant Education Program!
- Did you move from one school district to another within the previous 36 months?
- Was the purpose to seek or obtain work?
- Was it seasonal or temporary, agricultural, or fishing work?
If the answer is yes to these questions, please contact the Migrant Education Program, a program through the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI)!
Benefits of MEP (Services)
- Preschool services or referrals to local preschool programs
- Literacy and mathematics instruction
- Credit accrual and leadership opportunities (i.e., college or career readiness activities), for students under age 22 with no GED or high school diploma
- Student record exchange via the Migrant Student Information Exchange (MSIX) multi-state database
- Nutritional services
- Referrals to medical, dental, and other community services
Why DPI Interviews Families
- We want to provide support
- Children must be identified by a state MEP “recruiter” to be eligible for services
- All information is confidential
- Eligibility is determined on a case-by-case basis, so the recruiter needs to know your story, in particular, to verify your children are eligible.
Regional Summer Program
The summer MEP supplements district-based summer school programs in five regions throughout the state. Please reach out to DPI staff for more information about summer programs in your area or visit the MEP website.