English Learner Program OverviewTop of Page

The district's programs and services for English Learners are designed to help students who have a home language other than English meet grade level academic standards and develop English proficiency. English Learners receive instruction in academic subjects, including English language development (ELD), as part of their core program. In addition, they receive a variety of supplemental programs and services funded by federal (e.g. Title III) and other funds. Programs and services for English Learners are guided by numerous state and federal requirements, which may be found in the English Learner Federal Program Monitoring (FPM) Instrument link below.

Title IIITop of Page

The federal Title III program provides additional funds to support English Learners through supplemental programs and services. The district is currently under Title III Accountability for not meeting state-designated Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives (AMAOs). While we have met AMAO 1 and AMAO 2 the last couple of years, we have not meet AMAO 3 (see Title III Accountability Report link below). Our district's Title III Year Four plan may be found in the link below. This plan is aligned to our Local Agency Educational Agency Plan (LEAP).

StaffTop of Page

Coordinator, English Learner & Special Programs
Ext. 22548 

DeKom, Donna
Administrative Secretary
Ext. 22578 

District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC)Top of Page

The District English Learner Parent Advisory Committee (EL PAC) is a committee of mostly parents of English Learners who meet throughout the school year to discuss issues relevant to their students and fulfill their committee responsibilities.  

For information on the English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) at each of our schools, please visit the site's website.  
Redwood High School ELAC n(Link coming soon.)

Seal of BiliteracyTop of Page

SUHSD participates in the State Seal of Biliteracy program, which is a recognition from the State Superintendent of Public Instruction of graduating high school students who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in one or more languages in addition to English. Seals are to awarded to those students who fully meet the eligibility requirements.The requirements can be found in AB 815 External link opens in new window or tab..  For more information, visit: CA Dept. of Ed. Seal of Biliteracy Web Site.