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By Rick Monroe
Special to Village News 

FUESD reaches out to migrant students


Last updated 5/26/2021 at 2:05pm


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Students in FUESD's Migrant Education program are in grades TK to 8 whose parents are mostly migrant farm workers.

Only one school district in San Diego County has more students enrolled in the state's Migrant Education Program than the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District. The district has 687 students in grades TK to 8, according to Dr. Lea Curcio, director of Curriculum & Instruction for the district.

Curcio presented the information to trustees of the district at its May 3 meeting.

"These are students in grades TK to 8 whose parents are mostly migrant farm workers who move to Imperial County or Central California for seasonal work," she explained last week during a phone interview.


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