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Description & Contact Information for Student Programs

Description & Contact Information for Student Programs

Pre-School

Educators and psychologists are agreed that more learning takes place during the first five years than at any other period in life. It is during these formative years that character and personality are developed, and basic attitudes formed.  Preschool education provides for the optimal development of children during their preschool years.

Redwood State Preschool: 
961-3562

Special Ed Preschool:
961-3561

 

English Language Learner (ELL)

The English Language Learner (ELL) program assists students whose first language at home is not English. Students are supported in language development, particularly in listening and reading comprehension, and language production, speaking and writing.

State and Federal regulations state that all schools must provide English Language Development (ELD) to English Language Learners (ELL) until they are reclassified as Fluent English Proficient (FEP). Our ELD program is implemented in grades K-12.  The design of the program is determined by the English fluency level of the student.  English fluency levels are based on several different measures, the primary measure is the California English Language Development Test (CELDT).   The CELDT is administered once a year, in the Fall, to all English Language Learners regardless of the student’s primary language.  If a student scores at the beginning or early intermediate level on the CELDT, the student is considered “less than reasonably fluent” and primary language support is offered in addition to the ELD program.  A student is classified as an English Language Learner based on the Home Language Survey that parents/guardians fill out when registering their child.

The State mandates that Schools and Districts reach out to parents of limited English proficient students. The mandate requires a functioning English Language Advisory Committee (ELAC) for schools with 21 or more English learners and a functioning District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) in districts with 51 or more English learners.  All parents of English learners are given an opportunity to elect ELAC members and each school has the opportunity to elect at least one member to the DELAC.  Some of the duties of the ELAC include reviewing and commenting on:  the development of the Single School Plan for Academic Achievement, the needs of English Learners including instructional programs and support services, the R30 Language census, the school-wide needs assessment, and the importance of regular school attendance.   ELACs may vote to delegate its responsibilities to another existing school committee such at the School Site Council once every two years.

For DELAC By-Laws, click here for English or Spanish.

    Click here for 2016-17 ELAC and DELAC meeting dates and times.

 

Contact: Program Coordinator
(707) 961-2850, ext. 3523



Independent Study Program (ISP)

An alternative strategy to meet educational needs, the Independent Study Program allows students to study at their own pace, within the framework of the written assignments, and to tailor the instruction and activities to match their own style of learning.

Contact: ISP Teacher (707) 961-3588

Special Education

Fort Bragg schools offer special education for students who may require additional support to be successful students. 
Contact: Program Director 
(707) 961-2850, ext. 3519

 

Kudo's for Kids / After School Program

Kudos for Kids is a low cost, after-school program that serves families in the Fort Bragg Unified School District, grades K-8. For $75 materials fee (per school year), Kudos provides children with both academic assistance and an enrichment class 3 hours a day, 5 days per week, including dance, sports, arts and crafts, nutrition, and much more. Kudos provides students with extra academic support, and keeps children involved in healthy, productive activities after school. Mendocino Coast Recreation and Park District (MCRPD) offers this State subsidized program in conjunction with the Fort Bragg Unified Schools.

For further information and registration, please visit the C.V. Starr Community Center at 300 South Lincoln Street, Fort Bragg, or contact MCRPD staff at (707) 964-9446.


ASSETS After School  Program

Our after school ASSETs program provides students in grades 9-12 the opportunity to receive additional help from their core teachers. To download a registration form or to read the policies for participation click on the link below:  

High School ASSETS Program

 

Fort Bragg Unified School District312 S. Lincoln St.Fort Bragg, CA  95437

707.961.2850

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