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Title I Administrative Office

Spencer Bibbs Center
2005 North 6th Avenue
Pensacola, FL 32503
Phone: 850-595-6915
Fax: 850-595-6933

Monday - Friday: 
7:00 am - 5:00 pm


Program Eligibility

Children up through age 21 who move with parents or guardian that seek seasonal or temporary agricultural or fishing related work qualify for the Escambia County Migrant Education Program. Older youth who move on their own to seek seasonal or temporary agricultural or fishing work are also eligible.

Program Purposes

Migrant Programs (Part C of PL 107-334 of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001)-provide funds to assist migrant children and their families. Funds are used for the following purposes:

  • Advocacy and outreach activities for migratory children and their families, including informing such children and families of, or helping such children and families gain access to, other education, health, nutrition and social services
  • Support for schools serving migrant students
  • Family Literacy programs, including such programs that use models developed under Even Start
  • The integration of information technology into educational and related programs
  • Programs to facilitate the transition of secondary school students to post secondary education or employment

Current Programs/Services for Migrants:

  • Local Parent Advisory Committee
  • Pre-School Programs
  • FSA Tutoring
  • After School Program Enrollment
  • English and Literacy Classes 
  • Translation Services
  • Parent Education Training
  • Medical/Dental Referrals
  • Summer Academic Programs
  • Referral Services to Other Local Agencies
  • After School Academic Programs
  • Scholarship Information
  • High School Credit Study (PASS) HEP/CAMP Opportunities

Who Qualifies for Migrant Services?

If you and/or your child(ren) have moved at any time in the last three years to seek work in agriculture, packing, fishing, dairy, livestock, or forestry and are between two and twenty-two years old, you or they may be eligible to receive free educational or support services. Please contact the office or person in your area to determine if you or they qualify for services.

The National Migrant Educational Hotline

There are pre-school, summer school, and high school equivalency programs all around the country and we can help you access them. This will help you enroll in a school quickly.

Please have the following information ready when you call the hotline:

  • Your Name
  • What help you need
  • Where you are located
  • How we can contact you
  • When can Migrant Education staff meet with you
  • Where did you move from