Exiting From ELL Services and Required Monitoring

If a student scores a Level 5 or Level 6 on a WIDA ACCESS Test, then that student is no longer considered limited English proficient or ELL. The family is notified of the student’s assessment results and that the student will no longer receive ELL services. A two year required monitoring process will begin where the Office of Academic Programs will collect data on the student’s progress for a full two school years. At the end of that time, the student will exit services completely.

During the monitoring process, NWEA achievement data will be collected and analyzed for growth and a teacher report will be collected each semester for the student in December and May. The teacher report will be created by the ELL Coordinator, given to the teachers, collected, and stored in the student's file in the Office of Academic Programs.

A parent may refuse ELL services at any time by writing a letter or email to the building principal or Director of Academic Programs.

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