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English Language Arts

Guiding Principles

We believe that...

  • EVERY teacher fosters literacy by incorporating reading, writing, speaking, and listening within your discipline.
  • Developing literacy-rich content area instruction supports students’ growth in knowledge and literacy practices.
  • The gradual release of responsibility holds students accountable for their learning as they transfer their knowledge across disciplines.
  • Families and community engagement are essential to building a culture of literacy that transcends school walls and promotes lifelong learning.
  • The classroom environment promotes a culture of literacy that is emphasized, supported, observable, and expected.
  • Professional staff receive high-quality professional learning and access to support systems that promote personal growth in literacy instruction.
  • Choice fuels engagement and that self-selection of text is fundamental to literacy growth.

Resources

Pre-K - 2nd Grade

Learn more about our Early Childhood program and opportunities below.

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3rd - 5th Grade

Spelling bee participants

6th - 8th Grade

2 Intermediate boys writing

9th - 12th Grade

Contact Us

Lisa Robinson

Instructional Officer
Central Office

Martha Curiel

Program Coordinator - English Language Arts
Central Office

Laurie Duncan

Program Coordinator - English Language Arts
Central Office

Katherine Lane

Program Coordinator - English Language Arts
Central Office

Krystle Marcis

Coordinator - Reading Academy
Central Office
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