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  1. Welcome! ¡Bienvenidos! 欢迎 Parent Information Meeting

  2. Missionto prepare students for exceptional leadership roles in the international community by emphasizing servantleadership, mastering the English, Spanish and Chineselanguages, and strengthening the body, mind and character.

  3. Founder and Superintendent Eddie CongerApplied to Texas Education Agency Feb 2012Approved State Board of Education Nov 2012

  4. Garland City Council approved Feb 2013Construction Began March 2013First Day of Class August 26th, 2013Garland and Arlington: 2,560 Students

  5. What is a Charter?Free Public CharterTaxpayer FundedNo Chapter 21 nor Chapter 37Five member Board Appointed not Elected

  6. College PreparatoryDual CreditEnglish, Spanish & Chinese LanguagesChinese Guest Students “Road Scholars” and Summer Study Abroad

  7. International Leadership Servant Leadership Others Before Self

  8. ILTexas – Keller144 Seats per grade level K-81296 total seats available

  9. As of yesterday we had 1,815 applicantsK 272 5TH 2071ST 245 6TH 1902ND 227 7TH1293RD 198 8TH1314TH 216

  10. Midnight Feb 28th is the deadline to applyMarch 1st Lottery for every grade level over 144 applicants

  11. Exemptions:Children of EmployeesChildren with siblings enrolledLottery starts with highest grade* Waiting List

  12. Superintendent Eddie CongerEConger@ ILTexas.org(817) 946-4350

  13. ILTexas CurriculumCollege Preparatory ProgramReading, Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Art, Music, Theatre, etc.

  14. ILTexasCurriculumCurriculum: Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)Scope and Sequence: Kilgo ModelReading, Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Art, Music, Theatre, etc.


  16. ILT Language Learning Model Elementary

  17. Language Learning Model Glossary of Terms K-5 • Two-Way Dual Language Immersion (DLI) • Foreign Language in the Elementary School (FLES) 6-12 • Languages Other Than English (LOTE)

  18. ILT Language Learning Model Trilingual Education K-12: Students attending International Leadership of Texas will receive academic instruction in English, Spanish, and Chinese. Students in Kindergarten through 5th grade will participate in a dual language program (Spanish/ English) as well as participate in Chinese language development classes through their specials classes (FLES). Students in 6th through 12th will receive daily language development instruction in Spanish and Chinese as part of their academic instructional schedule (LOTE).

  19. Our Model All Content areas are taught in both English and Spanish through our Dual Language Immersion (DLI) Model and in conjunction with our Chinese FLES model.

  20. Guiding Principles of DLI • Strand 1: Assessment and Accountability. • Strand 2: Curriculum • Strand 3: Instruction • Strand 4: Staff Quality and Professional Development • Strand 5: Program Structure • Strand 6: Family and Community • Strand 7: Support and Resources

  21. Benefits of Learning Another Language…

  22. Our Model is Research Based (Thomas & Collier, 2002)

  23. Additive & Enrichment bilingual model Two languages are valued equally Monolingual delivery Teachers provide low-risk, highly supportive learning environment Focus is on biliteracy, bilingualism, and multi-culturalism Our DLI model is a 50/50 model whereas students will receive instruction in all subject areas in both Spanish and English What is Two-Way Dual Language Immersion (DLI)?

  24. Five Year Implementation Plan 2018-2019 2014-2015

  25. Every 6 weeks’ grading period, student’s language levels are assessed to track the development of both the Chinese and Spanish languages (and English if ELL). ACTFL Language levels (12) are as follows: Distinguished, Superior, Advanced High, Advanced Mid, Advanced Low, Intermediate High, Intermediate Mid, Intermediate Low, and Novice High, Novice Mid, Novice Low, and 0.

  26. An Example of an Instructional Strategy: • Visuals • Cognates • Color Coding

  27. Hanban Confucius Institute Local/State/National/International Student Trips Intercultural Committee Latin American Consulates International Thinking ILTexas Mission

  28. Mandarin Chinese K-12 The goal of IL Texas is that our students (starting with us from elementary) be fluent in reading, writing, listening, and speaking Mandarin Chinese. Our objective is for every one of our students to successfully complete Chinese I, Chinese II, Chinese III, and AP Chinese IV or Dual Credit College Chinese I by the end of their 12th grade year.

  29. Language Proficiency Assessment System Student’s language proficiency will be assessed in the following four domains: Listening Speaking Reading Writing

  30. ILTexas Evaluation and Accountability

  31. STANDARDS FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING (ACTFL) Language and communication are at the heart of the human experience. The United States must educate students who are linguistically and culturally equipped to communicate successfully in our increasingly more global world. This imperative envisions a future in which ALL students will develop and maintain proficiency in English and another language. In the case of ILT, our kids will be proficient in English and two other languages, Spanish and Chinese. National Standards on Foreign Language Education-American Council on Teaching Foreign Languages

  32. Five C’s Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons, and Communities—the five C’s of foreign language education.

  33. Sample Schedule

  34. We welcome your questions!Dr. Laura Carrasco, Bilingual DirectorLcarrasco@ILTexas.orgMrs. Shenglin Selinger, LOTE CoordinatorSselinger@ILTexas.orgMr. Jaime Nisttahuz, LOTE Spanish Coordinatornisttahuz@ILTexas.org

  35. ATHLOS PROGRAM Strengthening Mind, Body & Character

  36. ILTexas Athletic Staff

  37. ATHLOS PROGRAM • ATHLOS CURRICULUM COMBINES CONVENTIONAL PHYSICAL EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS WITH CURRENT SCIENTIFIC SPORTS PERFORMANCE METHODOLOGY Three Pillars • Prepared Mind: Academic excellence – IL Texas’s Academic Program • Healthy Body: Development of lifelong health, wellness and overall athleticism; at Athlos every child is an athlete. • Strong Character: Development of measurable performance character traits as a foundation for lifelong success

  38. Teaching/Coaching Team Collaboration • Physical Education Teacher • Educational Background: Education • Strengths: Behavioral Supervision, Planning and Instruction, Assessments, Age-Appropriate Growth and Development, etc. • Sports Performance Coach • Educational Background: Exercise Science • Strengths: Anatomy, Physiology, Biomechanics, Exercise Sequencing and Progressions, etc.


  40. VELOCITY PERFORMANCE Get faster, stronger, and more explosive on the field. The best way to become a better athlete isn’t just by playing more – it’s by improving your overall athleticism.

  41. Athletic Curriculum in Action




  45. David Peter Chapasko, PrincipalIL Texas School – Keller • Thirty five years in Education • Twenty years Experience as Principal • School Awards as Principal • National Blue Ribbon • Exemplary TEA Ratings • Recognized TEA Ratings • Texas Distinguished Title 1 School Award • TBEC Award • Individual Awards as Principal • National Association of Elementary School Principals “Salute to Leadership Award” • Texas Association of Secondary Schools Principals “Region 10 Assistant Principal of the Year” • Dallas ISD 2011 “Principal of the Year”

  46. MottoStudent Success! Whatever It Takes! Legally, Morally & Ethically!MissionOur mission at the International Leadership of Texas is to prepare students for exceptional leadership roles in the international community by emphasizing servant leadership, mastering the English, Spanish and Chinese languages, and strengthening the body, mind and character.

  47. ILTexas vs Public/Private • High expectations for ALL students • Rigorous Curriculum • Trilingual Education English, Spanish & Chinese Languages • ATHLOS physical activity daily • Eight Hour School Day vs Seven Hour • Servant leadership/ service projects • Educational Trips

  48. Student/Parent Expectations • Be on Time • Drop off/ Pick up • Assignments • Be Prepared • Materials & Supplies daily • Homework & Assignments completed • ILTexas Uniforms • Be Respectful to Everyone • In Words and Actions

  49. Student Expenses • School Supplies and Materials • School Uniforms ( Approximate Cost $150-$250) • Voucher Available for those who qualify • Chrome book Notebook Computer 4th-8th • $20 Down $10 per month for Insurance • School Breakfast $2.25 • School Lunch $3.50