MDE partners with Tri-Valley Opportunity Council to identify and recruit eligible migrant students throughout Minnesota. A recruiter from Tri-Valley Opportunity Council (TVOC) may be contacting you about the Minnesota Migrant Education Program (MMEP). The TVOC recruiters are available to determine eligibility for students who may be migrant in your school district. For more information about MMEP, Migrant Surveys and other resources, please contact Cris Young (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Claudia Mladek (Claudia.email@example.com) at TVOC.
*Reminder – eligible migrant students automatically receive free meals.
To obtain a list of the students who have been determined eligible for the Title I Part C Migrant Education Program, contact Linda Fournier (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 952-232-1206, Tri-Valley Opportunity Council.
January MARSS Memo (http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/dse/schfin/MARSS/memo/)
Table of Contents:
>> MARSS Reporting Timelines >>New Transportation Specialist –TransAct >>MARSS Files for Testing Precode >>Early Childhood Screening >>MARSS and Data Classification >>Tri-Valley Opportunity Council (TVOC) >>Migrant Education Program Update >>October 1 Assignment6 for Compensatory Revenue >>Child Count Report >>Enrollment in Online Learning (OLL) Program and Traditional School >>Summer Term for State-Approved Alternative Programs >>Alternative Application for Educational Benefits and Electronic System Process >>School Calendars and Inclement Weather >>Notification of Change in Student Enrollment >>Superintendent Authorization for MARSS Web Edit System (WES) >>MARSS Coordinator Contact List