This is not just another program that promises to be there when you need it but never comes through. It empowers students to realize that they can get better grades, stay in school, graduate and go on to post-secondary education.
The Global Village Project serves over 700 students identified as low-income, Hispanic, English language learners, or migrant students in Eastern Washington’s Big Sky Country, a vast, isolated rural plain in the Columbia Basin where agri-business wheat and potato fields stretch to the horizon.
Years in Execution: 2007-present
Moses Lake School District