English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC)
Each school with 21 or more English learners (also known as LEP students), regardless of language, must form a functioning English learner advisory committee (ELAC) or subcommittee of an existing advisory committee.
What is the main function of ELAC?
The purpose of the ELAC (or subcommittee), if appropriate, is to advise the principal and school staff on programs and services for English Learners. The District also has a District-wide committee called DELAC. Their schedule and information can be found here.
What are the goals or required tasks of ELAC?
The committee advises (reviews and comments) on at least the following:
- Development of the School Plan for Student Achievement.
- The school's program for English learners.
- Development of the school's needs assessment.
- Administration of the school's annual language census.
- Ways to make parents aware of the importance of regular school attendance.
When are the meetings?
Third Wednesday of each month at 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the College and Career Center.
- September 17, 2020, zoom meeting Minutes
- October 22, 2020 zoom meeting Minutes
- November 19, 2020 Minutes
- January 21, 2021 Minutes
- February 23, 2021 Minutes
- March 30, 2021 Minutes
- April 27, 2021 Minutes
- May N/A
Wednesday, 3/31 Minutes
Tuesday, October 30 Minutes
Tuesday, November 27 Minutes
Tuesday, February 26 Minutes
Tuesday, March 26 Minutes
Tuesday, April 23 Minutes
Ms. Vasquez has been a dedicated educator since 2001 and is a devoted advocate for staff, students, and parents.
MEAP Advisor: Luis Orozco
Each year, the Sonoma County SELPA is required to develop an Annual Budget and Annual
Service Plan for submission to the CDE. A Public Hearing by the Superintendents' Council
is required prior adoption. Notice of this Public Hearing must be posted in each LEA and each school site immediately
upon receipt to ensure it is posted at least fifteen (15) days prior to the Hearing (Education
Code 56205 (b) (2)). The Public Hearing is scheduled for Monday, June 7, 2021 beginning at 8:00 a.m.
- Parent and Family Engagement Policy
- Politica de Involucracion Parental y Familiar del distrito escolar para el programa Title I al nivel de la agencia LEA
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