During the 2019 Migrant Summer Program, numerous activities were available for migrant students from preschool to out of school youth. Ninety-eight Migrant Education Program students had the opportunity to attend many different summer camps and programs including 21st Century Summer Camp, Trooper Island Camp, Salvation Army Camp Paradise, and Super Star Chef Cooking Camp. Home visits were made during June and July to students enrolled in the Migrant Program. Has your family moved to Clinton County in the past three years? Does anyone in your household do any type of agricultural or farm work (this includes Tyson Chicken Processing Plant)? If so, you may qualify for the Migrant Education Program! For more information, contact Wayne Hughes at 606-387-6272.