SPOT BOX Activities

  • Watch for our new exciting SPOT BOX activities throughout the summer. Each SPOT BOX will have fun hands-on activities for families.
     
    There are currently five SPOT BOX activities, Tide Pool, Kodiak Birds & Plants, Rockets, Mindfulness, and Rockfish.  The Tide Pool SPOT BOX can be found at Mill Bay Beach, Near Island, and Lake Gertrude in Fort Abercrombie.  The Kodiak Birds & Plants SPOT BOX can be found at the South End of Near Island and Old Woman's Mountain Trail.  The Rocket SPOT BOX can be found at the Pacific Space Complex at Pasagshak.  The Mindfulness SPOT BOX can found at Fort Abercrombie by the old Cry of the Wild Ram site. The Rockfish SPOT BOX can be found at the Dog Bay Dock.
     
    Check out the videos below to learn more.
     

Migrant Messenger

  • The Migrant Messenger is the monthly newsletter of the Migrant Education Program, and our mailing list is the best way to receive the latest news regarding the program.  Anyone can subscribe now.  If your student is participating in the Migrant Education Program, this is the best way to keep tabs on the latest services.  If you are simply interested in the program, please sign up now.

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Extra Services Form

  • If you are the parent or guardian of a migrant child currently enrolled in the program, please take a minute to choose from our extra services options using the form below.



Title 1-C Migrant Education Program

  • Do you fish, process fish, log, or farm? Title I-C is a federally funded program serving Migrant Education Students.

    Migrant Education Students are:

    • Children birth to 20 years old who have not graduated from high school.
    • They travel or move with a parent or guardian for commercial fishing, subsistence fishing, fish processing, logging, or farming. Children over 14 years of age that have also worked in one of these migrant activities may qualify on their own.
    • The move or travel is a minimum of 7 nights & 8 days over the course of a year. The days and nights do not need to be consecutive or the move/travel may be permanent.
    • In Kodiak, the move/travel must be a minimum of 20 miles from the child's home for fishing or fish processing activities. For logging and farming activities the move/travel must be outside of the Kodiak Island Borough School District Boundaries.

    Please review the eligibility information.  Your family may qualify for Migrant Education Benefits.

    If you are an existing Migrant Education Family, please review the benefits, services, and resources available to your children below.

    If you have questions or need more information about the KIBSD Migrant Education Program please contact the Federal Programs Office at (907) 486-7569.

    Recruitment, Eligibility & Benefit Information:

    New eligible Migrant Education Students can be signed up or "recruited" at any time during the year.  We focus on recruiting new families in the fall, however, if you feel you may qualify, please contact us regardless of the time of year.

    Below is information about what Migrant Activities are and other criteria for eligible students and family members.  Take a minute and fill out the Migrant Education Screening Survey and return to the KIBSD Federal Programs Office or deliver to your school's Title 1-C Aide.  It will be reviewed and if we determine you may qualify, you will be contacted for more information.  The State of Alaska makes all final determinations regarding eligibility.