National Summer Learning Day was enjoyed by many, including HDESD Superintendent Paul Andrews.  With over 80 students enrolled in the Migrant Education summer school, the program celebrated today’s learning experience by having access to a variety of “hands on” activities, including STEM, Deschutes Public Library, Redmond Fire and Rescue, Children’s Forest of Central Oregon, OSU-Cascades, Wildfire Comics and Math in Real Life.

Summer school is more than a classroom experience and the Migrant Education Program would like to thank all the community partners in helping make this day a success.

Migrant Education offers summer school to all migrant students for three weeks each summer with the purpose of providing additional academic support in both Deschutes and Jefferson county.