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  • English Language Learners

    and International Programs

    JOHN STANFORD CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE

    2445 3RD AVENUE SOUTH

    SEATTLE, WA 98134

    RESOURCE BINDER 2016-2017

  • ELL and International Programs

    Mission and Vision

    Creating partnerships and pathways to ensure student success

    The English Language Learners and International Programs

    Department works collaboratively with all stakeholders to

    educate, prepare, and support our diverse student population,

    as well as their families and communities, to thrive

    in our global society.

    SEATTLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS

    Every student achieving, everyone accountable

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    CONTENT PAGES

    ELL and International Programs Contacts v

    SPS Service Center Contacts vi

    World Family Center Contacts vii

    ELL Schools by Regional Clusters viii

    Professional Development Opportunities ix

    ELL Program Information 1

    World Family Center 2

    ELL Program Models

    Aligned Sheltered Instruction

    Collaborative Model

    Bilingual Orientation Centers

    Elementary Bilingual Orientation Centers

    Seattle World School

    Proficiency Model (Secondary)

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    International Programs

    Dual Language Immersion

    World Language Competency-Based Credits

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    Migrant Education 12

    Refugee School Impact Grant 15

    Title III Native American Students 18

    Enrolling Students 19

    ELL Instructional Support 20

    Language Proficiency Levels 21

    Instructional Implications 22

    Staff Roles and Responsibilities

    Administrators

    General Education/Mainstream/Content Area Teachers

    ELD Teachers

    Bilingual instructional Assistants

    ELL Instructional Coaches

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    CONTENT PAGES

    ELL Coaching Support 48

    Coaching Support Options 49

    ELL Walkthrough Tool 50

    Language-Focused Instruction Evidence Collection Tool 52

    Bilingual IA Walkthrough Tool 57

    Bilingual IA Communication Form 60

    Elementary ELL Progress Report 61

    Scheduling Template 62

    Bilingual IA Checklist for Monitoring Student Progress 63

    Web Resources 64

    ELL Program Eligibility, Transfer, and Exit Criteria 66

    ELL Compliance Guidelines

    Eligibility and Placement

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    ELL Service Eligibility Process 69

    Bilingual Orientation Center

    BOC Eligibility

    BOC Transfer Process

    EBOC Assignment Protocol

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    ELL Service Exit Criteria 73

    Eligibility, Exit, transfer FAQ 74

    Translation and Interpretation Services 75

    Translation and Interpretation Guidelines 76

    Appendix x

    Title III Native American Student Testing Parent Letter xi

    Home Language Survey

    English

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    CONTENT PAGES

    Home Language Survey

    Chinese

    Arabic

    Korean

    Russian

    Somali

    Spanish

    Tagalog

    Ukrainian

    Vietnamese

    Tigrinya

    Oromo

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    Dear Colleague Letter

    Notice of Language Assistance

    I. State Educational Agency and School District Obligations to EL Stu-

    dents

    II. Common Civil Rights Issues

    A. Identifying and Assessing All Potential EL Students

    B. Providing EL Students with a Language Assistance Program

    C. Staffing and Supporting EL Programs

    D. Providing Meaningful Access to ALL Curricular and Extra-

    curricular Programs

    1. Core Curriculum

    2. Specialized and Advanced Courses and Programs

    E. Avoiding Unnecessary Segregation of EL Students

    F. Evaluating EL Students for Special Education Services and

    Providing Special Education and English Language Service

    1. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)

    2. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Section 504)

    G. Meeting the Needs of EL Students Who Opt Out of EL Pro-

    grams or Particular EL Services

    H. Monitoring and Exiting EL Students from EL Programs and

    Services

    I. Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Districts EL Program

    J. Ensuring Meaningful Communication with Limited English

    Proficient Parents

    Conclusion

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  • v

    Ellen Barrett

    For Southwest Region Elementary Schools

    206-252-0233

    epbarrett@seattleschools.org

    Teresa Boone

    For Northwest Region Elementary Schools

    206-252-0065

    taboone@seattleschools.org

    Keni Ofrancia

    For Northeast Region Elementary Schools

    206-252-0395

    kofrancia@seattleschools.org

    Beth Roodhouse

    For High Schools

    206-252-0162

    vbroodhouse@seattleschools.org

    Gosia Stone

    For Middle Schools

    206-252-0691

    mjstone@seattleschools.org

    Elizabeth Urmenita

    For Southeast Region Elementary Schools

    206-252-0073

    elurmenita@seattleschools.org

    Teresa Wang

    For Central Region Elementary Schools

    206-252-0958

    tswang@seattleschools.org

    ELL and International Programs

    Department Contacts

    Phone: 252-0072 Fax: 252-0078

    Mailing Address:

    John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence

    MS 31-676, P.O. Box 34165, Seattle, WA 98124-1165

    Veronica Gallardo

    Program Director

    206-252-0072

    vmgallardo@seattleschools.org

    Michele Aoki

    International Education Administrator

    206-252-0191

    maaoki@seattleschools.org

    Regional Instructional Coaches

    Brooke Gibson

    Sr. Administrative Assistant

    206-252-0072

    bsgibson@seattleschools.org

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    Department Contacts (cont'd.)

    Mariella Galvez

    Migrant Education Supervisor

    206-252-0165

    megalvez@seattleschools.org

    Miguel Castro

    Data Analyst

    206-252-0076

    macastro@seattleschools.org

    Kai Chin Chan

    Student and Family Advocate

    Refugee Impact Grant/L4 ELL Support

    206-252-0068

    kachan@seattleschools.org

    Narcita Eugenio

    Translation and Interpretation Services

    Student and Family Advocate

    206-252-0773

    neugenio@seattleschools.org

    Bilingual Student Facilitators

    Farhiya Omer, Somali

    206-252-0395

    fhomer@seattleschools.org

    Dereje Negassa, Amharic & Oromo

    206-252-0070

    denegassa@seattleschools.org

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    SPS Service Center

    Main Phone: 206-252-0555 or 206-252-0760

    Mailing Address:

    John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence

    MS 11-161, PO Box 34165, Seattle, WA 98124-1165

    Faauu Manu

    Manager

    206-252-0205

    fmmanu@seattleschools.org

    Bilingual Facilitators

    Kim (Hoa) Tran

    Bilingual Facilitator, Vietnamese

    206-252-0778

    hktran@seattleschools.org

    Amy Fiterman

    Bilingual Facilitator, Spanish

    206-252-0767

    adfiterman@seattleschools.org

    Halima Abdule, Somali

    206-252-0880

    haabdule@seattleschools.org

    Michael Chan, Chinese

    2016-252-0013

    mcchan@seattleschools.org

    World Family Center

    Main Phone: 206-252-0555

    Mailing Address:

    301 21st Avenue E, Seattle, WA 98112

    Teresita Bazan

    Bilingual Facilitator, Spanish

    206-252-2253

    tjbazan@seattleschools.org

    Yuan Bai

    Bilingual Facilitator, Mandarin

    206-252-2254

    yubai@seattleschools.org

    Daniella Drader

    Bilingual Facilitator, Romanian

    206-252-2254

    drdrader@seattleschools.org

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