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ELD Department Faculty
Adrienne Karyadi, ELD Coordinator
Lissette Bravo, ELD Administrator
Gilda de la Cruz, ELD Teacher
Kyle Koheler, Advanced Comp. Teacher


The English Language Development Program (ELD) was created in 1991 to facilitate three special needs of English Learners at Santa Monica High School:

. To develop excellence in English
. To promote student academic achievement
. To nurture student self-esteem

ELD is designed to assist English language learners to speak, listen, read, and write Standard English. The program includes targeted courses in English as well as sheltered English instruction in the core subjects of English, mathematics, science, and social studies.

English language learners are assessed and assigned, based on individual student need, to appropriate classes. Each student's needs are unique, so each student's progress and schedule may look different. Students are routinely assessed and transitioned into courses intended to match their development in English.



English Language Advisory Committee

Each California Public School from Kindergarten through grade 12, with 21 or more English learners must form a functional English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC). The ELAC is a committee for parents of English Learners.

The purpose of the ELAC is to provide guidance and advice to the principal and staff with regards to the needs of students who are learning English as a second language. In achieving this purpose, the ELAC shall:
  1. Assist in the development of the school-wide needs assessment.
  2. Assist in ways to make parents aware of the importance of regular school attendance.
  3. Advise the principal in the development of a site plan for English Learners. Submit recommendations to the school site council for consideration of inclusion in the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA).
  4. Receive training materials and training, planned in full consultation with committee members, to assist carrying out members in their legal responsibilities.
  5. Elect at least one ELAC member to the District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC).

Meeting/Reuniones 2018-2019

Mondays/lunes, 6:30-8 p.m. Student Cafeteria/Cafetería Estudiantil

August 27/27 de agosto, Cena de Bienvenida
Welcome Back Dinner/Cena de Bienvenida

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Flyer


September 17 / 7 de septiembre
Nominations of Members/Nominations of Committee

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October 15 / 15 de octubre

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English Language Advisory Committee Officers /
Oficiales del Comité Asesor de Estudiantes de Inglés (ELAC)

2017-2018

   President:
   Vice President:
   Secretary:

DELAC Representatives:


November 19 / 19 de noviembre
Potluck Family Dinner/Cena Familiar de Dia de Gracia

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December  / diciembre

No meeting / no habrá reunión

January 14 / 14 de enero, 2019

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February 25, 25 de febrero, 2019

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March 18 / 18 de marzo, 2019

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April 29 / 29 de abril, 2019

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May 20 / 20 de mayo, 2019
Workshop, Potluck/Taller, Potluck

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Contact the School Liaison for additional information/ Para más información comuníquese con:
Johanna De La Rosa, 310.395.3204 Ext. 71523

Comité Asesor de Estudiantes de Inglés (ELAC)

Cada Escuela Pública de California de Kindergarten hasta el grado 12, con 21 o más estudiantes de inglés debe formar un Comité Asesor de Estudiantes de Inglés (ELAC). El ELAC es un comité para padres de estudiantes de inglés.

El ELAC debe asesorar y asistir a la escuela en todo lo relacionado con los siguientes, de acuerdo al plan Único para el Logro Estudiantil (SPSA, por sus siglas en inglés) y el Título III. (Código 62002.5)

  1. Ayudar en el desarrollo de la evaluación de necesidades en toda la escuela.
  2. Ayudar en las maneras de hacer que los padres estén consientes en la importancia de la asistencia regular a la escuela.
  3. Asesorar al director en el desarrollo de un plan para los Estudiantes del Inglés. Presentar recomendaciones al concilio escolar para considerar su inclusión en el Plan Único para el Logro Estudiantil (SPSA).
  4. Recibir materiales de capacitación, planeados en plena consulta con los miembros del comité, para asistir a los miembros en el desempeño de sus responsabilidades legales.
  5. Elegir representante(s) para el Comité Asesor de Estudiantes de Inglés del Distrito (District English Learners Advisory Committee -DELAC).









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