212 N. Maysville Street
Mt. Sterling, KY 40353
The Migrant Education Program (MEP) provides supplemental educational and support services to migratory children. The Migrant Education Program assists local schools with improving and coordinating the educational continuity for the children of migratory farm workers who have had their schooling interrupted. We work in close collaboration with schools, intermediate units, and community agencies to help migratory children meet the same high standards expected of all children by coordinating and supporting services that sustain and accelerate their progress in school.
Lindsay Henderson - Migrant Recruiter
Leigh Williams - Migrant Family Service Advocate
- Migrant Advocate
Do your children qualify?
If you can answer yes to all the questions listed below, your child(ren) may qualify for the benefits of the Migrant Education Program. If you are interested, please contact our office at (859) 497-8724.
1. Have you or your family moved from one town or school district to another within the state or out-of-state within the past three years?
2. Did the children in your family move with you or join you at a later date?
3. During the last three years, were any of these moves made with the intent to find temporary seasonal work in farming or agricultural work?
Working on a farm
Working in tobacco (preparing plant beds, setting, chopping, cutting, or stripping tobacco)
Working in a plant nursery or greenhouse
Working in a processing plant
Working on a poultry farm
Working with beef cattle
Picking fruits or vegetables
Tree growing or harvesting