1. All students will reach high standards, at a minimum attaining proficiency or better in reading/language arts and math.
2. The percentage of students who graduate from high school each year with a regular diploma disaggregated by migrant status will increase.
3. The percentage of migrant students who drop out of school will decrease.
4. The percentage of preschool students, who begin kindergarten ready to learn, as indicated by the risk level on DIBELS (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills) assessment will increase.
5. The number of migrant preschool students who have an organized, center-based preschool early childhood program and/or participate in the HIPPY Preschool program (Fall 2010) will increase.
6. The percent of migrant parents who participate in school functions and/or migrant program activities will increase.
Providing services to all Migrant Students but additionally targeting migrant students based on priority.
1. Priority I - Tier I - students who have moved during the current year and who are failing or at risk of failing
2. Priority II - Tier II - Students who are failing or at risk of failing
Funds provided under Title I, Part C will supplement other funding sources to be used for the education of migrantory children and their families.