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Migrant Resource Corner


Migrant Resource Link


National Pass Center - National PASS courses are free to all migrant students in Texas


Homework Assistance Resources


Meningitis Vaccine Resources for Uninsured Students

Low-income students can apply for assistance through (patience assistance program). Through RxHope, Menveo Patient Assistance Program can help uninsured students between the ages of 19 and 23 and are at or below the Federal Poverty Level. Students can apply for the program by calling 1-800-589-0837.
Other Low-cost options:
  1. For students under the age of 19 years, the Frank Garrett Metro Health Center located at 1226 NW 18th St. in San Antonio will provide the vaccine for $22. Walk-ins are welcome Monday-Friday, 8:00am - 3:00pm. The phone number is 210-207-8894. 
  2. Try calling 211, a program by Texas Health and Human Services Commission providing citizens with information with 60,000 local and state services. When you call, they’ll ask you for your zip code, if you’re military, and your age. The operator will then provide you phone numbers within your zip code of clinics who are administering the vaccine.
  3. A limited number of Metropolitan Health clinics offer a low-cost vaccine, but we found they’ve long since run out. A receptionist who answered the phone at Barrio Health Center, 1102 Barclay (210-434-2368) said their clinic has run out of the low-cost Meningitis vaccine.
  4. Methodist Healthcare Ministries has two clinics, the Bishop Ernest T Dixon Jr Clinic, 1954 E. Houston St., Ste. 201 (210.527.1505) and Wesley Health and Wellness Center 1406 Fitch St. (210-922-6922). Both offer the Meningitis vaccine to uninsured students, but only to their registered patients. At this time neither clinic is accepting new patients.

District Resources

The transition folder can be used to copy and paste information from the migrant student's permanent record. The folder was designed to record current grades, transcript, class schedule, transfer history, areas of strength/concern, state assessment scores, etc. The folder can be printed and shared with the student prior to migrating to facilitate transfer and enrollment. 


College Access and Program Options

Video power point presentation describing all aspects of attending college for the first time in college student.