Migrant students chronicle learning, living in pandemic

Angel Ortega, a student at Ontario Middle School, takes a selfie on a trip to the ocean. (Submitted photo)

Since October, about a dozen students in Ontario Middle School’s Migrant Education Program have been meeting after school once a week to work on community service projects.

The students, participating in the Oregon Migrant Leadership Institute Club, write about their experiences and publish their work in a bilingual parent newsletter each month.

With schools closed, we asked the students to share a bit about their experience with readers of the Enterprise. We asked: What’s one positive thing that’s come out of the pandemic? How has your life changed? What are you most looking forward to?

Here’s what some of them had to say in their journal entries:

Jessy Juarez:

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