Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Reading, writing, arithmetic... accident insurance coverage?

REGION 25 – WOODBURN SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGULAR SCHOOL YEAR MIGRANT PROGRAM

The district has a team of nine (9) well-trained bilingual/bicultural recruiters in the seven (7) schools and the Welcome Center. All recruiters are called Home/School Contacts and speak at least two languages.
Can we fire these nine (9) folks and hire teachers instead?

As school to home liaisons, they perform the following functions:

*Translate essential documents so that migrant families can read in their native language.

*Transport migrant students/parents to medical appointments at area hospitals, clinics, social service agencies and special meetings.

PARENT INVOLVEMENT
Woodburn has a full-time Parent Outreach Specialist who is trilingual/bicultural

The Mexican Mobile Consulate visits Woodburn twice a year to allow the community to catch up on paperwork and to answer questions. The PAC Board facilitates this activity. PAC parents assist during the Consular visit.

Parents are also encouraged to participate in a Spanish literacy program that is fashioned by INEA and run by parents from the Board. This program makes it possible for adults to complete their primary or secondary education that they began in Mexico.

MIGRANT SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM
**In an effort to serve more students than migrant funds allow, Title IA – School Improvement funds are added to the Title IC program.**
Watch the shell, watch the shell, watch the shell... hey, where is my wallet?

REGION 8 – HILLSBORO SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGULAR SCHOOL YEAR MIGRANT PROGRAM

STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS:
The majority of our students are Hispanic and speak Spanish, with the exception of a few families that speak an indigenous language such as Mixteco.
So we still call them minorities?

SUPPORT SERVICES:
Support services are provided to migrant students that include home visits, medical and dental
services, interpretation and translation, advocacy for all migrant students, and assistance with
accident insurance coverage. Home school consultants also help families access local service
agencies as needed.

REGION 23 – BEAVERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGULAR SCHOOL YEAR MIGRANT PROGRAM

SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM:
Migrant staff members tutor and provide academic assistance in core content subjects in students’ primary language. At the preschool level, staff members provide readiness classes for children and their parents. One staff member works with children in their homes, providing Spanish literacy instruction and working with parents to show them how to assist their children.
Keep em speaking Spanish... more money for the schools.

SUPPORT SERVICES:
The Migrant Education Program helps families connect with community agencies such as the
Virginia García Clinic, Washington County Community Action, Kex’s Needy Kids Fund, Care to Share, The Christina Smile Dental Clinic, and the Oregon Food Bank among others. Scholarships
are provided for students to attend the Oregon Hispanic and Migrant Student Leadership Institute, and students also attend the César Chávez Conference and the OCHA Leadership Institute.

RECRUITING EFFORTS:
One full-time recruiter recruits at churches, grocery stores, apartments and at the Welcome Center when families come for intake.
A full time recruiter for this nonsense?!?!?!

I'm actually speechless. What a waste of taxpayer dollars. Don't let the schools/the state/the democrats lie to you about we need more education dollars. We just need to spend them better.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm think'en they may need more Bi-lingual Student Recruiters based on the growing number of rental vacancies and decreasing number of crimes in the county.

Perhaps fear of the ICE Man has put a chill on Illegal Immigrating and some have opted to escape with their loot rather than leave it behind when forced aboard a Big white bus.

Anonymous said...

ME: Ummmm...I need a ride to my Doctors Appointment, and I'd like the taxpayer to foot the bill please.

THEM: Sorry sir, you are a Citizen and you speak the language. These special services and programs are reserved solely for those who are migrants (read ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT) and haven't bothered to learn the language.

Daniel said...

I wonder if the accident insurance coverage is to make up for the fact that illegal aliens don't bother with automobile insurance when they drive?

Bruce said...

This is what is so damn maddening. I am sick of this shit. "How much of our money do you stinkin' illegals and your crying supporters need from my tax dollars...you ungreatful pieces of dogcrap" You are creating such a backlash, you can't imagine. I hope i am around to see the results when patriots finally give up on our politicians and take matters into our own hands out of necessity.

BEAR said...

Go ahead, bruce, say what you really think......I got stuck on the part where the "mobile consulate" showed up. Ironically, it looks like the mexican government provides more help to its citizens up here than in their own country. Wait a minute, maybe its a mobile meth lab.....hmmm.

Tim said...

Well it's hard to know what to say this kind bullshit. Apparently being a Criminal Alien has its perks. Sounds like the Liberals are just wetting their pants in anticipation of giving away OUR tax dollars to make sure these criminals have FREE health care, FREE education and a FREE ride. Oh wait, nothing is FREE we the tax payers pay the bills for these criminals. And the Libs say we CAN’T deport 12 Million ILLEGALS. Well Mr. Bush they’re certainly “Out of the Shadows” here in Oregon, sucking off the Public Tit. Round up time!

BEAR said...

yeehaw!

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