Welcome Families to the ESL Program at LHS!
Location: LHS Main Building, rm. 185
Contact information: Barbara Adolph, ESL Teacher, firstname.lastname@example.org and Katelyn Natale, email@example.com
The ESL Program seeks to advance the English proficiency of all English Language Learner students in order to provide them with the necessary vocabulary, reading, writing, and speaking skills, as well as cultural background to be successful students in all of their classes at Lexington High School. The ESL Program, along with LHS staff, also work to provide emotional and academic supports where necessary during the process of transitioning to a new culture and a new learning environment.
ELPAC (English Learner Parents Advisory Council) is a coalition of parents, teachers, and administration that will work together for the best possible outcomes of our students. Your voice is important to us!All ELL Parents and parents of former Ells are automatically members of this Council and are welcome to all meetings. The council is comprised of the following:
- a parent representative from each school (PreK-12)
- an ESL teacher from each of the elementary, middle school, and high school levels
- a school administrator
- representatives of local parent organizations
**The next meeting is September 11th, from 5:30pm - 7:00 at the Central Office upstairs conference room at 146 Maple Street. We hope you can make it!
IS YOUR CHILD EXPERIENCING CULTURE SHOCK?
Sometimes ESL students and/or their family members go through a cultural transition period called "culture shock". This is an emotional transition from one culture to another that affects mood, behavior, sleep patterns, and relationships. It often appears in stages; please see the the details in the link above.
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