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MEEYP Applications

Information on applying for the Migrant Education Extended Year Program (MEEYP).

Commencing on January 1, 2024, to mitigate lost instruction time due to family movement related to migratory agricultural employment, up to two local educational agencies (LEAs) may request authorization from the California Department of Education to provide an extended school year program to migratory pupils who, due to that family movement, enroll in kindergarten, including transitional kindergarten, or any of grades one to six, inclusive, on or after March 1 of the school year and depart on or before December 1 of the next school year.

LEAs authorized under Education Code (EC) Section 41601.6 to provide an extended school year program may receive average daily attendance (ADA) funding for those migratory pupils who are enrolled in the program. Migratory pupil has the same meaning as “currently migratory child” as defined in Section 54441 subdivision (a). The ADA shall also be available from Period 2, through June 30 for qualifying migratory pupils. The LEA shall report to the department the ADA attributable to those migratory pupils in the school year in which the extended school year program ends.

Document Description
MEEYP Announcement Letter Link to the letter announcing the MEEYP.
Request for Application (DOCX) Link to the instructions for submitting the MEEYP application.
MEEYP Online Application Link to the online application form. Applications are due March 1, 2024.
Demographic Data Table (DOCX) Link to the Demographic Data Table required with each MEEYP Application.

Certifications and Assurances

Document Description
General Assurances & Certifications (DOCX) Required as a condition of receiving MEEYP ADA funds.
Last Reviewed: Thursday, March 14, 2024
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