Migrant program keeps Nyssa students involved

From left: Josh Deanda, migrant graduation specialist, and Gabe Fuentes, migrant program supervisor, pause after morning house calls to Nyssa Migrant Program students on Sept. 10. (Aidan McGloin/The Enterprise)

NYSSA—Most Nyssa students aren’t attending class in-person, but that doesn’t mean the district is giving up on making contact with them.

To keep students engaged and logging on to classes, Nyssa School . . .

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