Migrant Education Program

Migrant Education Program


Our mission is to serve all families.


Our vision is every student succeeds.  


The Migrant Education Program's office is located at 498 Kelly Ave, Half Moon Bay behind the main building. 

Migrant Education Program


The Migrant Education Program at Cabrillo Unified School District works under the direction and in collaboration with Region One as part of the Title I, Part C Federal Funding provided to support families who are migrant workers. The Migrant Education Program (MEP) as authorized under Title I, Part C, of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA), as amended by Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015, and California Education Code (EC) sections 54440-54445. The staff in our Migrant Education Program provide services which include: academic instruction; remedial and compensatory instruction; bilingual and multicultural instruction; vocational instruction; career education services; special guidance; counseling and testing services; health services; and preschool services.

The Cabrillo Unified School District’s Migrant Education Program is very successful in providing many supplemental services to  over 200  students and families. Some of these services provided include:

Migrant school day extension supports in the areas of reading and mathematics

Migrant Education School Readiness (MESRP) is a family literacy program for parents and their preschool children. Families with children from ages three to five are given priority for services. Children ages 2.9 years to 5 years old can participate in our State licensed Preschool, Los Listos. This classroom setting is a learning center that includes a strong early literacy component, dramatic play, circle time and  developmental school readiness instruction.

Parents participate in ongoing leadership, literacy and dual language workshops. 

Parents from Migrant Education Program and Los Listos State Preschool participate in a Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) to support the programs and ensure families are engaged, empowered, and transformed through their participation in our programs while supporting their children's education and strengthen parent-school collaboration in order to improve the academic success of students.

Continuous Learning Packets

Supplemental emergency medical assistance/referral, dental or vision care (when all other community resources have been exhausted)

Migrant Summer School

Educational Field Trips to college and universities

Credit recovery

Out of School Youth Services  

Do your children qualify? Call us or come in and our staff will help you. 

Staff Support Directory

Our Migrant and Los Listos State Preschool staff members and the services provided are possible through because of the support of multiple funds including:  State Preschool Program, Title I, Title III, LCAP and Common Core Funding and Big Lift Collaborative. For assistance with Migrant Education Program or State Preschool, please contact us.

Clerical Assistant III

Jacqueline Vidrio


Migrant Program Coordinator

Rosalva Segura


Family Services Specialist

Mayra Rodriguez


Migrant Pre-K Educator

Graciela Krabbenschmidt


Pre-K Educator and 
Pre-K Para Educator
Pre-K Para Educator

Yudi Haro

Haley Mulderick



For more information about California's Migrant Education Program, see Region 1 which supports Cabrillo Unified School District:   


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