•To increase the student's English language
proficiency to the degree necessary for successful functioning in the
regular school program.
•To provide the ELL student the opportunity to reach his/her potential.
•To provide staff development in appropriate instructional and assessment strategies for principals, guidance counselors, teachers and other school personnel as needed on the language and cultural needs of multilingual students.
•To communicate goals and expectations to parents and encourage them to support their children's progress.
The English Language Learner (ELL) will make adequate yearly progress as defined in Georgia's consolidated application submitted to the U.S. Department of Education as a result of ‘No Child Left Behind.'
For questions or more information about our ESOL program please contact:
Amy Nash Shell