English Language
Development Program
2014-2015
The ELA program supports…
1007 students or approximately 30% of our district’s total student population.
Language Proficiency
1 NEP
Non English Proficient
2 LEP
Limited English Proficient
3 FEP
Fluent English Proficient
4 PHLOTE
Primary Home Language Other Than
English
5 FELL
Former English Language Learner
Number of Students
212
532
237
24
2
1007
Timeline for reaching English language proficiency.
5-7 years
Time Line-2 Year
Time Line-1 Year
Time Line-1 Year
Time Line-1 Year
School Teacher
BRE
Colby Ricci
UBE
Ann-Mari Westerhoff
FRE
Shari Evans
SVE
Helena Kinton and Susan Maar
DVE
Sarah Adkins and Shelly Martinez
SCE
Kristin Myers
Paraprofessional
Julie Long
Adela Guadardo
School Teacher/s
SMS Bethann Huston
Mary Lockard
Amy Young
SHS
Stephanie Dewing
Jill Heil
Jonathan Mocatta
SPHS Jocelyn Meltzer
Paraprofessional
Anna Arrivillaga
Liria Chavez
Jonathan Mocatta
Annie Olson
Luis Cebrian
We can expect…
…to provide continued support.
• 25 languages other than English represented in our ELL
student population.
• There are currently 88 Pre-K students who have been
identified as having a primary language other than
English.
• 12 GT students
• 151 students with IEPs (various disabilities)
SSD supports its ELL students…
…according to Title III (Sec. 3115(1),(2),(3),(4)) of the No Child Left Behind Act which requires that
local educational agencies develop and implement language instruction educational programs for
early childhood, elementary, and secondary school programs based on methods and approaches
that are scientifically-researched and proven to be the best in teaching the limited English
proficient student.
• DVE-Two Way Bi-Lingual Program
• English as a Second Language Model Instruction is classroom based,
delivered in English, and adapted to the students proficiency level.
– The focus is on content area curriculum.
– Incorporates contextual clues such as gestures and visual aids.
– Scaffolds and supports
SSD supports its ELL students…
cont.
• Classes are being co-taught and instructional coaching/support is being
offered as available.
– Collaboration between ELD teachers and classroom teachers
• Pull-out interventions/RtI (lower student to teacher ratio)
– Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI)
– Small-group, supplementary intervention designed for children who
find reading and writing difficult.
– Reading Recovery
– Rosetta Stone
– Raz Kids
• READ Plan
– Identify those students in K-3 who have a significant reading deficiency.
– ELD teachers, Literacy Resource teachers and classroom teachers work
collaboratively to identify both language and literacy goals.
SSD supports
administrators, teachers and support staff…
• Language Acquisition-New Teacher Orientation
• Differentiated Instruction for English Language Learners
• Classroom Instruction that Works for English Language Learners
• Building Academic Vocabulary K-12
• Cultural Proficiency
• Instructional Support/Building/PYP Planning
• Co-Teaching
• Daily Five/Café, LLI
• TPRS-Teaching Proficiency in Reading Through Story Telling
• Bi-monthly meetings for ELA teachers
SSD supports
administrators, teachers and support staff…
cont.
• WIDA (World Class Instructional Design and Assessment)
– Working to align ELD standards to CCSS standards
– Identifying ways ELL students can demonstrate their understanding
• Kagan Strategies
– Addressing the language proficiencies of ELL students/supporting ALL
students
• Academic Vocabulary
– Identifying/teaching key vocabulary necessary to access content
curriculum
Much to celebrate!!
Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives (AMAOs)
• AMAO 1-Progress in Attaining English (ACCESS)
– Target= Meets or Exceeds, Rating-Meets, Target Met
• AMAO 2-English Attainment (ACCESS for ELLs
Proficiency)
– Target=12%, SSD 17.01, % Target Met
• AMAO 3-Academic Growth (TCAP) and Graduation
Rate for ELLs
– Target=Meets or Exceeds, Rating-Meets, Target Met
More to celebrate…
SMS and SHS honored those students who are
Fluent English Proficient and/or are exiting the
ELL program.
ELPA Award…
• ELPA Excellence Awards honor 10 local education
providers and 10 charter schools that achieve the
highest English language and academic growth
among English learners in an English Language
Proficiency Program and that achieve the highest
academic achievement for English learners who
transition out of an English Language Proficiency
Program.
• Dollars associated with the award will be used to
provide professional development.
Language Camp scheduled for February Break 2015
*75 students in Grades K-5
*SMS students will be invited to serve as “coaches”.
*Keystone Science School will be providing programming during the afternoon.
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