Immigrant/Migrant/Refugee Program

The Immigrant/Migrant/Refugee Program is a federally funded program that provides supplemental education and support to eligible children and youth between 3 and 21 years of age.

Immigrant Education Opportunities - To qualify, students must have been born outside of the United States and have lived in the United States for less than three years.

Migrant Education Opportunities - To qualify, students must:  

  • be between 3 and 21 years of age
  • have not received a high school diploma or its equivalent
  • have moved from one school district to another in the past 3 years with their parent or guardians
  • parents guardians, spouses, or self have moved to obtain or seek seasonal or temporary work in agricultural production or fisheries that provides a principal means of livelihood
Board of Cooperative Education Services (BOCES)

For more information, please contact our Parent Engagement & Intervention Specialist Clare Barquero at (970) 490-3235 for more information or contact the Language, Culture, and Equity Department directly at (970) 490-3081.