|Barbra Ruggles||AJ Acosta|
|(619) 956-0523 or email email@example.com||(619) 956-0518 or email firstname.lastname@example.org|
The first meeting is always held on the Back to School nights for parents. See student flyer for time/details. The purpose of this meeting is to connect EL parents with site resources and to review student transcripts regarding students' academic progress
as they enter the current school year. This is an informal, personal time to meet with the site EL Coordinator to understand how to best support their student during high school. Parents are encouraged to ask questions about their student, high school and course expectations, and graduation requirements.
This meeting typically takes place in Nov.-Dec. Please see the agenda for meeting details. The meeting will help parents understand the academic progress of their children in ensuring they are on track to finish the semester strong and understand the process for reclassification from a designated EL student to a reclassified English Proficient (RFEP) student.
This meeting is the annual district celebration of reclassification for students who have met the reclassification requirements. The meeting date will be determined by the EL Learner District Office. Look for a personal invitation to be delivered through your
child in the Spring once the date is set. An email will also be sent through Infinite Campus.
This meeting will be a final overview of your student's academic progress for the year they are completing. This is an opportunity to meet with a counselor to understand the individual student's graduation plan and postsecondary plans.
|Criteria descriptions||Acceptable Standards/Scores|
|Criteria 1- English proficiency demonstrated on the (ELPAC ) English Language Proficiency Assessments for California. The ELPAC assesses students' proficiency in Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing.||Overall Proficiency Level of (4) Well-Developed with no domains score lower than the intermediate level. The most recent score will be used for reclassification.|
Criteria 2- GUHSD ELA Skills Test (9th-12th Grade).
The NWEA Reading assessment is given twice a year in the fall and spring and is used as a baseline and growth measure of a student's proficiency encompassing reading, language, and writing skills.
|9th-12th graders receive a Proficient score in the GUHSD ELA Skills Test as measured by the NWEA assessment. Students must earn a score of 220 or higher on the Reading assessment.|
|Criteria 3- Semester Grades||The student must pass one semester of a mainstream English course (i.e. College Prep. Honors, AP) with a C or better. The student must also pass one semester of Math, Science, or Social Science with a C or better.|
|Criteria 4- Parent/Guardian Consultation||The parent/Guardian is notified and given an opportunity to consult with staff regarding programs to further increase prospects for academic achievement.|
Parent Guide .........English version ELPAC Video
Parent Guide..... Spanish version ELPAC Video en Espanol
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