The Mid-Michigan Migrant & EL Consortium consists of eighteen school districts who fully participate and pay a per pupil allocation (with general funds) to the Consortium and five school districts who pay a Consortium fee for identifying EL students and consultation services. The Consortium Lead is the Mid-Michigan Migrant & EL Coordinator who hosts and conducts meetings four to five times a year in order to implement the articulated goals for both EL and migrant students found on pages four and five of this Mid-Michigan Migrant & EL Handbook. Consortium meetings are typically held in September, November, February, and June of each school year. Meeting agendas and minutes are published and shared with all school districts. All district leaders and school district staff are welcome to attend and participate in Consortium meetings. All stakeholders are invited and are part of the following processes: student identification, data collection, Title III and Title I, Part C Improvement Plan, program professional development, program service model, comprehensive needs assessment, data analysis/reflection, and dissemination of EL and Migrant Program Evaluation.
Districts in the Mid-Michigan Migrant and EL Consortium
Dewitt Public Schools (eligible, not direct instruction)
Lakeview Community Schools (eligible, not direct instruction)
TriCounty Area Schools (eligible, not direct instruction)
Montabella Community Schools (eligible, not direct instruction)
Lowell Area Schools (eligible, not direct instruction)