Migrant and Special Projects
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Our Migrant and Special Projects Department provides services to many students here at Willcox Unified. We oversee programs such as ELL, Title One, special education, and the homeless and migrant programs. If you would like more information about our programs or would like to apply for services, please stop by our office or give us a call. We will be happy to talk with you about how we can help support your child in school.


Child Find

Willcox Unified School District offers Child Find screening to locate, identify, and evaluate all children from birth to 21 who may have a disability. If you know a child who has a disability or one you suspect may have difficulty with learning, communication, vision, hearing, behavior, or motor control and coordination, please contact the principal of your child’s school or the Special Education Department at the district. Willcox Unified School District screens children from preschool through high school. We refer infants and toddlers with disabilities to the Arizona early intervention program for evaluation and services. School-age children are screened through student intervention teams at each campus. All Child Find referrals are considered confidential and services are provided at no cost to the family. 

For more information concerning Child Find screening, contact the principal of your local school or call Kris Duncan, special education coordinator, at (520) 384-8626.



Ana Gonzales
Special Services Migrant Coordinator
P: 520.384.8856

Martha Villagomez
Migrant Home Liaison/Recruiter
P: 520.384.8857

Kris Duncan
Special Education Coordinator/School Psychologist
P: 520.384.8626