Title I, Part C - Migrant Education

The Migrant Education program provides funding to hire certified and paraprofessional staff to assist migrant children in any area of need. In Fort Smith, the Migrant program is an extension of the English Language Acquisition program. Additional services provided  include health services, correspondence courses, and the Reading is Fundamental© program.


Close Up Washinton DC


Pictured with Arkansas Representative Tom Cotton are Northside and Van Buren students. Also pictured Mr. Ralph Sattazahn (back row left) from the Parker Center. This picture was taken in Washington DC during a recent trip sponsored by Arkansas Migrant Education Program.


 National PASS Program

Finalist Yaqueline Martinez

Northside High School 

The award recognizes the educational accomplishements of a migrant studentwho has used the PASS (Portable Assisted Study Sequence) Program to receive academic credit.


Migrant Book Club

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In compliance with federal nondiscrimination laws, the Fort Smith Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, genetic information, or disability in its employment or educational practices. If you have questions regarding the professional qualifications of your child's teachers or paraprofessionals, you are encouraged to ask Mr. Martin Mahan, Executive Director of Human Resources. • Le invitamos a que hable con la Senor Martin Mahan si usted tiene alguna pregunta sobre las capacitaciones profesionales de los maestros o asistentes de maestros de sus hijos.

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