Programs & Initiatives

Welcome to the Kansas Migrant Education PASS Program

The Office in Eudora, Kansas is the new Kansas Education PASS Program for Migrant Students through out the states of Kansas and Nebraska. Please click here for more details.

The Portable Assisted Study Sequence (PASS) program offers high school students a chance to earn credit for missed or incomplete courses, helping them stay on track for graduation. Learning packages are available for most required subjects and a variety of elective courses. Some courses are offered in both English and Spanish, and some are available for grades 6-8 (“Middle School PASS”) to ease the transition to high school.

PASS courses offer great flexibility, allowing the student to progress through five activity books and accompanying tests at his or her own pace. Because of this structure, students are able to continue course work as they move from district to district or even from state to state.

The National PASS Center in New York state provides leadership for national PASS efforts, oversees course development and revisions, and serves as a clearinghouse and repository. The Project PASS office in Eudora, Kansas is one of several PASS Material Dissemination Centers across the country.


August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017
8:00a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Monday - Friday.

Please go to our Course Offerings page to review detailed descriptions of all courses.(1/17/2017)

Questions/Comments about this web site and content? Please contact Paige Inman.