Upon enrollment, families fill out the Home Language survey. Students who have a home language other than English are screened for eligibility. Students are screened during a scheduled in-person session using the WIDA Screener. Students that score eligible are offered ESOL services and are now considered English Learners (EL).
A student exits the ESOL program by scoring on grade level in the English Language as measured by the results of the annual ACCESS test. Students that score high enough will no longer receive ESOL services. They will be monitored by the school for two years to ensure success and mastery of the content curriculum without the service in place.