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    Programs that provide formal supplementary learning activities and experiences for school age children who travel with their families from one temporary residence to another to enable family members to secure temporary or seasonable employment.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    21st Century PASOSAfter-school and summer school programs for eligible students in 7th through 12th grades; preschool programsAdams21st Century PASOS21st Century PASOS
    Chester County Intermediate Unit 24 - Migrant Education ProgramBecause children of migrant farm workers move so frequently to accommodate harvest demands, they often fall behind their non-migrant peers developmentally, socially and educationally. The Migrant Education program works to ensure that migrant students receive educational services necessary to develop to their fullest potential. The Migrant Education program annually provides supplemental educational services to over 2,000 children in Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties, and in the city of Philadelphia. Specific services include: educational support services, extended school-day programs, summer programs, pre-school instruction, parental involvement, post-secondary orientation programs, health and social service agency referrals, leadership skills development and survival skills.ChesterChester County Intermediate Unit - Chester; DowningtownChester County Intermediate Unit 24
    Migrant Education ProgramsAn education program for children of migrant workers who move to the surrounding counties of Millersville to work in the agriculture or food processing industries. Services include: - Providing supplemental services to schools to provide education support for children of migrant workers. Children must be between the ages of 3 to 21 years - Providing summer instructional programs for migrant childrenLancasterMigrant Education Program, PAMillersville University of Pennsylvania
    Migrant Education Program ServicesThe PDE Migrant Education Program (PMEP) provides supplemental educational and support services to migratory children. The Migrant Education Program assists local school districts 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 school districts, 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.Dauphin*Main Site (PMEP) (Pennsylvania Department of Education Migrant Education Program)PA Department of Education Migrant Education Program
    Northeast Migrant Education Program - Central Susquehanna Intermediate UnitProgramming provides support of summer and school-year campus and home-based programs for children of seasonal and temporary migrant workers through Pennsylvania state grant funding. Services to students ages 3 to 21 include student advocacy, supplemental instruction, summer program, home visits, afterschool programs, service learning programs and credit recovery or reconnection for secondary students.NorthumberlandCentral Susquehanna Intermediate UnitCentral Susquehanna Intermediate Unit
    PathStone - Early Head Start - ChambersburgPathstone understands that to guarantee the health and wellness of children, parents need to be educated. To support the healthy growth of children and families, Pathstone programs provides healthcare for pregnant moms and inform parents on the safety, nutrition and developmental requirements of their children. A good education is invaluable and preparedness is key. Pathstone programs seek to reduce inequalities due to language barriers, income, cultural issues or special needs. This is a community based program for low-income families with infants, toddlers, and pregnant women. It's mission is simple - to promote healthy prenatal outcomes for pregnant women, to enhance the development of very young children, and to promote health family functioning.FranklinPathStone Corporation - ChambersburgPathStone Corporation
    Referral, Comprehensive Case Management, Translation and Interpretation Services (Spanish)Formed as a nonprofit organization in 2000, The Chambersburg Hispanic American Center (CHAC) bridges the language and cultural divide that sometimes hinders new Latino residents from accessing services for which they are eligible. CHAC’s main goals are to inform and educate. It seeks to integrate Latinos, both temporary and permanent residents, into the local community and help them to improve the quality of their lives. Most of our work is carried out through one-on-one counseling in Spanish and English, offered free. CHAC connects people with jobs, housing and various social services. They provide the following supports: Biligual Services Job Services Referral for Aid Parent Education Programs Legal Aid Immigration AssistanceFranklinThe Chambersburg Hispanic American CenterChambersburg Hispanic American Center

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