English Learners Information
What do all the acronyms mean?
ELD-English Language Development
ELAC-English Language Advisory Committee
ELPAC-English Language Proficiency Assessments for California
FEP-Fluent English Proficient
LEP-Limited English Proficient
Why is my child identified as an English Learner (EL)?
When students are enrolled in school a Home Language survey is completed. This will guide our assessment center to conduct an initial ELPAC and depending on the results, your child will be identified as Initial FEP or LEP.
How can I learn more about the EL Supports at Walnut Elementary?
Join us for ELAC Meetings. Dates are listed on the left. Information from prior meetings are posted in the ELAC Meeting section of this page.
Where are the meetings held?
Our meetings will be held via Zoom (until further notice). Zoom information will be sent as the meeting dates get closer.
Who do I contact with questions?
Jill Igarashi-Takayama, Elementary Learning Specialist/ELD Liaison, at email@example.com
909-594-1820 ext 32255
Final ELAC meeting on Thursday, April 15th starting at 8 AM! The upcoming Meeting Agenda is in the ELAC Meeting Section to the right --->
Zoom link will be/was sent via Connect Ed. If you do not receive it and would like to attend the meeting, please email Mrs. Jill Takayama at the email address provided above.
ELPAC Parent Notification Letter 2021