English Learner Advisory Committee ELAC School Advisory Committee

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English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) School Advisory Committee (SAC) 1 EMERY PARK SCHOOL 2015

English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) School Advisory Committee (SAC) 1 EMERY PARK SCHOOL 2015 -2016

Requirement for an ELAC 2 �CA Code of Regulations--Title 5 § 11308: Each school

Requirement for an ELAC 2 �CA Code of Regulations--Title 5 § 11308: Each school with more than 20 English learners must establish an ELAC.

Purpose of an ELAC 3 �To be a voice for English learners and ensure

Purpose of an ELAC 3 �To be a voice for English learners and ensure that their needs are addressed in order for them to be academically successful.

Parent Selection Requirement 4 �The parents or guardians of English learners must be provided

Parent Selection Requirement 4 �The parents or guardians of English learners must be provided the opportunity to vote and elect the parent members of the ELAC.

ELAC Responsibilities 5 �Advise the principal and staff on the school’s program for English

ELAC Responsibilities 5 �Advise the principal and staff on the school’s program for English learners. �Advise the School Site Council on the development of the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

English Learner Information 6 AMAO (Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives) Background � We receive federal

English Learner Information 6 AMAO (Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives) Background � We receive federal funding to help English Language Learners. � We need to help ELs learn how to speak, read, and write in English. � We need to help ELs achieve in reading and math. � Each year, the federal government reviews our students’ test scores in CELDT… (CELDT and CAHSEE for high school). � AMAOs are part of NCLB. � District scores are examined.

Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives Objective 1 7 Progressing in English Language Acquisition �Requires that

Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives Objective 1 7 Progressing in English Language Acquisition �Requires that a defined percent of students make adequate progress towards English proficiency (EA, A) from one year to the next on the CELDT. B EI EI I I EA �The 2014 -2015 target – 60. 5% make progress towards English proficiency � 69. 2% (45/65)of our ELL made progress �We met this objective

Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives Objective 2 8 Requires that a defined percent of students

Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives Objective 2 8 Requires that a defined percent of students attain English proficiency each year. � 2 groups o EL students in language instruction programs for LESS o than 5 years. EL students in language instruction programs for MORE than 5 years

EL students in language instruction programs for LESS than 5 years 9 �The 2014

EL students in language instruction programs for LESS than 5 years 9 �The 2014 -2015 target – 24. 2% attain English proficiency � 38. 3% (23/60) of our ELs attained proficiency �We met this objective

EL students in language instruction programs for MORE than 5 years 10 �The 2014

EL students in language instruction programs for MORE than 5 years 10 �The 2014 -2015 target – 50. 9% attain English proficiency � 75. 0% (12/20)of our ELs attained proficiency �We met this objective

Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives Objective 3 11 �Aligned with Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) �AMAO

Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives Objective 3 11 �Aligned with Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) �AMAO 3 is frozen/suspended this year as we do not have state data to report

Decision for Placement of English Learners 12 CELDT: -California English Language Development Test -

Decision for Placement of English Learners 12 CELDT: -California English Language Development Test - Used to identify and measure progress -Assesses Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing in English -Survey is used to identify students to take CELDT -Required by law -Finished testing all students this week

New California Enrollees Administer home language survey Primary language English Indication of primary language

New California Enrollees Administer home language survey Primary language English Indication of primary language other than English Parent or guardian may dispute results Assess with CELDT for initial identification Initial fluent English proficient (IFEP) No Assessment Regular instructional program English learner (EL) Initial placement in appropriate EL program & services Assess Annually with CELDT until reclassification criteria met 2014 -2015 CELDT Information Guide Reclassification to fluent English proficient (RFEP) 13 Regular instructional program monitoring, monitoring progress for two years California Department of Education 2013

District English Language Learners 14 School K 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4

District English Language Learners 14 School K 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th Total Baldwin 10 61 64 48 38 23 32 14 26 316 Brightwood 1 20 30 11 12 17 8 11 14 124 Emery Park 2 8 8 10 7 8 2 4 2 51 Fremont 6 11 13 15 15 11 7 8 4 90 Garfield 8 24 14 10 8 17 14 12 6 113 Granada 1 16 8 15 1 10 6 5 3 78 Marguerita 7 22 20 20 8 15 17 13 11 133 Monterey Highlands 11 26 23 26 24 11 10 13 12 156 Northrup 11 21 30 21 28 20 20 16 31 198 Park 6 33 17 24 16 22 12 7 9 146 Ramona 7 42 34 22 32 23 20 20 20 220 Repetto 7 21 38 26 25 22 14 8 6 167 Ynez 8 44 51 38 47 42 35 37 32 334

School Advisory Committee (SAC) 15 -TITLE I SERVICES -IMPROVING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

School Advisory Committee (SAC) 15 -TITLE I SERVICES -IMPROVING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

SAC Roles & Responsibilities 16 Advise the principal and staff on the school’s program

SAC Roles & Responsibilities 16 Advise the principal and staff on the school’s program for Socio. Economically Disadvantaged students. Advise the School Site Council on the development of the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

17 Title I Services at Emery Park: � 2 Intervention Specialists Title I: Provide

17 Title I Services at Emery Park: � 2 Intervention Specialists Title I: Provide supplemental resources to improve instruction in high poverty schools to ensure all students meet state standards. Mark Tu & Heather Foster � TBD: 1 Specialist & 1 Aide � Provide Targeted Reading Support/Intervention � (Tier II) grades 2 -8 � Possibly Tier III; dependent on data

How Emery Park Raises Student Achievement 18 ²Teachers participate in Professional Development (School &

How Emery Park Raises Student Achievement 18 ²Teachers participate in Professional Development (School & District) ²Trainings ²Grade-Level Collaboration ²Vertical Teaming/Collaboration ²Analyze Data ²Technology (Chromebooks, etc) ²Supplemental Materials

California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) 19

California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) 19

Parent Resources 20 CDE Video Parent Guides �Understanding your child’s score report (video) Resources

Parent Resources 20 CDE Video Parent Guides �Understanding your child’s score report (video) Resources available at emeryparkelementary. us and cde. ca. gov

Nominations/Elections DELAC � Rep: ________ � Alternate: ______ � 9/28/15 � 11/2/15 � 2/29/16

Nominations/Elections DELAC � Rep: ________ � Alternate: ______ � 9/28/15 � 11/2/15 � 2/29/16 � 4/25/16 ELAC � Parent Members � 1/28/16 � 3/24/16 � 4/28/16 21 DAC � Rep: __________ � Alternate: ________ � 10/26/15 � 1/25/16 � 3/14/16 � 5/9/16

Closing 22 Williams & Uniform Complaint Procedures handouts Questions or Comments? Recommendations for School

Closing 22 Williams & Uniform Complaint Procedures handouts Questions or Comments? Recommendations for School Site Council (SSC)? -SSC meeting Wed, 9/30/15, 6: 00 pm Library Contact Info: Dr. Reynolds… [email protected] us Wendy Lo… [email protected] us 626. 943. 3340 Adjournment/Book Raffle!!!