Welcome to English Learner Services
The Office of English Learner Services serves students who are new to the United States. Newcomers spend their first year building basic English communication skills in English language development (ELD) classes while working on core courses.
The Office of English Learner Services is committed to student, teacher and parent success through the creation and implementation of innovative instructional language programs.
Through professional development opportunities, interpreting and translation, building school-parent/community bridges, and empowering families to be advocates for their children, the Office of English Learner Services produces language learners who are prepared to be successful citizens in a global community.
Why we do what we do:
To be an immigrant means everything is different. In America I have freedom. I came to America because I want a future. My future will have a good education, freedom and success. I am looking for the freedom. Because a long time ago I did not have freedom, I could not do anything I wanted. So, I needed freedom. Now, I live in America.
America is a free country. I love my life because I have freedom. I can do anything if I want. Good education if We are studious. Everyone who is students must have read the book and do homework at home. I want became a good student. I think I can. I will have success. I need to learn every day. I am new to America. Everything feels very hard to me. I want to become a good student. I will talk with everybody in America. I will learn English. I must have an education. My future will be full because I will have a good education, freedom and the success that goes with that. My future will be in America. Now, I am free in America. To be an immigrant means everything is different, thanks be to God.
From the essay Coming To America by Tin Le, Capitol Hill High School ELL Newcomer Program Student
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