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English Language Learners

English  Learners (EL)
English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
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Bulloch County School System is committed to providing equal educational opportunities to every student. The English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program is designed to accelerate English acquisition for students whose first language is not English and to further assist them in becoming successful learners in the regular classroom. The ESOL program's goal is to provide all EL students with a sheltered, comprehensive education that remains academically challenging so that the students reach their full potential, strive for excellence, and become successful individuals in our multicultural world.

We educate students to be lifelong learners and contributing citizens and, as an ESOL program, our mission is to provide culturally and linguistically diverse students with opportunities for future success by fostering high standards for English literacy through listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

Languages Represented

Languages Represented
Spanish,
Korean,
Vietnamese,
Arabic,
French,
Russian,
Gujarati,
Chinese, and
German Continue
Posted by: Georgiana Darsey
Published: 3/27/12