ESOL. English for Speakers of Other Languages. Although the number of English Language Learners (ELLS) enrolled in schools in Santa Rosa District is relatively small, that number changes frequently as new families move into the area.
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English for Speakers of Other Languages
Although the number of English Language Learners (ELLS) enrolled in schools in Santa Rosa District is relatively small, that number changes frequently as new families move into the area.
More than fifteen different languages are spoken by our English Language Learners including the following:
Spanish, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Korean, German, Russian, Chinese, Arabic, Polish, Punjabi, Pohnpee, Chuukese, Portuguese, Thai, Japanese, Hindi and French.
Meeting the needs of these students is a special challenge, as well as a legal and moral responsibility.
District ESOL Resource Specialists will assist you in meeting the needs of ELLS.
District Timelines for Completion of ESOL Training Requirements
Area of Assignment III
(All other subject area teachers not included in Area of Assigment 1 or 11)
Experienced Teacher: Within 1 year after the teacher is hired
Beginning Teacher: Within 2 years after the teacher is hired
Course requirements: 18 hours of ESOL Inservice for Other Content Area Teachers, or any other ESOL inservice or college coursework.
NOTE: ESOL SAE plus 120 inservice points is also an option.