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Title III/EL

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Title III/EL Program Purpose
Serving students who are unable to communicate fluently or learn effectively in English, who often come from non-English-speaking homes and backgrounds, and who typically require specialized or modified instruction in both the English language and in their academic courses.
EL Staff

Christina Alvarez: Migrant Family Liaison, Migrant Regional Coordinator- (Blackfoot School District)

Mandee Peterson: EL Para-Educator (Ridge Crest)

Rubi Bates: EL Para-Educator (Blackfoot High School)

Becky Walker: ENL Teacher (Wapello)

 Kami Amrein: ENL Teacher (Fort Hall)

Mark Dunn: ENL Teacher (BHSG, Ridge Crest)

Aysa Thomas: EL Para-Educator (Stalker)

Amanda Barboza: EL Para-Educator (Stalker)

Paola Adrignola: EL Para-Educator (Stoddard)

Ashely Bartausky: ENL Teacher (Groveland)

Adriana Gasca: EL Para-Educator ( Independence High School)

Jaquelin Lopez: Migrant Outreach Center

Jazmin Chavez: Migrant Outreach Center

The Idaho Title III/EL Program Mission
  • To provide assistance to school districts in meeting Federal and State regulations in regards to the education of English language learners
  • To assist school district in creating, implementing, and maintaining English language development programs that provide academically rigorous and equitable learning opportunities for English language learners
  • To promote culturally relevant and responsive curricula and pedagogues that embraces the unique identities of English language learners
  • To help break down social and academic barriers that prevent English language learners from succeeding in schools
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