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English Learner Specialists

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English Learner Specialists
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Maria Orozco, Director of Equity and Access
(530) 406-3246 or email
 
Maria Medina, EL TOSA
(530) 406-3239 or email
 
Brandon Killion, EL TOSA
(530) 406-3251 or email
 
Miriam Soltero, Administrative Secretary
(530) 406-3246 or email 
 

Elementary Sites

 
Carmen Vargas, Beamer Specialist
 
Jennifer Hernandez, Dingle Specialist
 
Sergio Rodriguez, Freeman Specialist
 
Kelly Scheuer, Gibson Specialist
 
Flo Davila, Tafoya Specialist
 
Jay Fleming, Tafoya/Zamora Specialist
 
Mindy Bauer, Maxwell Specialist
 
Brandon Killion, Plainfield/Beamer Specialist
 
Donna Rutan, Whitehead Specialist
 
Annie Morrison, Prairie Specialist
 
Lily Nagatani, Prairie Specialist
 
Lourdes Romero, Sci-Tech Specialist
 
Maria Medina, Spring Lake Specialist
 
 

Secondary Sites

 
Armando Olvera, Douglass Middle School
 
Marlene Molina, Lee Middle School
 
Laura Nielsen, Pioneer High School
 
Maria Medina, Cache Creek High School
 
Brandon Killion, Woodland High/Cache Creek High Specialist
 
 
 
 
 

ELPAC

English Language Proficiency Testing Information

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English Language Proficiency Testing Information
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State and federal law require that local educational agencies administer a state test of English language proficiency (ELP) to eligible students in kindergarten through grade twelve. The California Department of Education (CDE) is in the midst of transitioning from the California English Language Development Test (CELDT) to the English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC) as the state English Language Proficiency (ELP) assessment.

 

The purposes for English Language Proficiency testing are:

 
  •  To identify students who are limited English proficient.
 
  • To determine the level of English language proficiency of students who are limited English proficient.
 
  • To assess the progress of limited English proficient students in acquiring the skills of listening, reading, speaking, and writing in English. Questions and answers about this important test follow.
 
 
 
English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC)
 

The ELPAC is comprised of two separate English Language Proficiency (ELP) assessments: one for the initial identification of students as English learners (ELs), and a second for the annual summative assessment to measure a student's progress in learning English and to identify the student's level of ELP.

 
 
  • ELPAC Parent Guides