ESOL-English to Speakers of Other Languages
ESOL services are made available to students who have a first language that is not English or have a language other than English in the home.  Under the No Child Left Behind Act, Title III provides funding to support services designed to enhance English language learners’ fluency in English and immigrant students’ understanding of American culture.  

If you designated that another language beside English is spoken at home on the Enrollment form, we need you to fill out a Home Language Survey.  You can get this Home Language survey in the office of your child's school.  The Home Language Survey needs to be completed so we can provide ESOL services for your child.  Interpreters are available or will be found to help you with this process.