English Learners (EL)

English Learners (EL)

Contact:  Renee' Carter

Program Goals

  • To assist all limited-English proficient students in acquiring fluency in the English language skills of listening, speaking, reading, comprehending and writing
  • To help limited-English proficient students to master academic content instruction at each grade level
  • To provide limited-English proficient students with equal access to all school programs
  • To provide quality professional development to teachers, administrators, and other school or community-based personnel

Program Objectives

  • To increase the English proficiency of limited-English proficient students by providing quality language instruction educational programs
  • To increase the academic achievement of limited-English proficient students in the core academic subjects
  • To improve the instruction of limited-English proficient students by providing quality professional development to teachers, administrators, and other school or community-based personnel
  • To improve the coordination between elementary/secondary language instruction education programs and other relevant programs and services

News

Posted on
02/15/2017
Congratulations to Dayja Fields of McIntosh High School for spelling the winning word, "foyer" in the Washington County Spelling Bee.   She will now move on to represent our district in the next round.  Other school winners are:Chatom Elementary - Ke'Arius BivensFruitdale High School - Samantha BeechLeroy High School - Bailey SingletonMillry High School - Maya ToomeyMcIntosh Elementary - Landon...
Posted on
02/15/2017
Congratulations to Dayja Fields of McIntosh High School for spelling the winning word, "foyer" in the Washington County Spelling Bee.   She will now move on to represent our district in the next round.  Other school winners are:Chatom Elementary - Ke'Arius BivensFruitdale High School - Samantha BeechLeroy High School - Bailey SingletonMillry High School - Maya ToomeyMcIntosh Elementary - Landon...
Posted on
09/10/2016
Article from the Washington County Newswww.washcountynews.com Betty Brackin, curriculum director for Washington County Schools, said students across the county this year are replacing traditional textbooks in schools with hands-on and digital learning.
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