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Migrant Education Program

About Migrant Ed.

Hayward Unified School District's Migrant Education Program (MEP) offers free services to families who have worked in, or have looked for jobs in, Agriculture, Food Processing, Livestock, Fishing, or Packing Flowers, Fruits or Meats. Some of the services offered to our Migrant community are: 

  • Tutoring 
  • Migrant Preschool (SIAC)
  • Migrant Summer School
  • Community Resources
  • Parent Health Academies

Migrant Education Speech and Debate Contest

On March 25, 2017, three Tennyson High School students participated in the First Regional Migrant Education Speech and Debate Contest in San Jose, CA. Jose Becerra (first place for his grade), Jazmin Camilo (first place for her grade) and Mitzy Becerra (second place for her grade) were fierce and eloquent in their speeches. They will be going on to the State Migrant Speech and Debate competition on May 5th and 6th, 2017 to represent Tennyson High School and the Hayward Unified School District. In addition, they were invited to the CloseUp program in Washington, DC, June 11-17th.




 Bernardo Varela   

 SIAC Administrator

 (510) 723-3900


 Francisca Montes 

 Migrant Intervention Specialist

  Room 15, Ext. 30141


 Consuelo Jimenez   

 Community Liaison, MEP

  Room 3, Ext. 30128


 Cristalina Pedraza  

 Community Liaison, MEP

  Room 3, Ext. 30144


 Helmin Meneses  

 Pre-K  Teacher, MEP

  Room 2, Ext. 30126


 Norma Lucha   

 Pre-K Paraeducator, MEP

  Room 2, Ext. 30148

























  27211 Tyrrell Avenue

  Hayward, CA 94544

  Phone: (510) 723-3900

  Fax: (510) 782-0740