Parent Organizations

English Learner Advisory Committtee (ELAC)

What is ELAC? What does E.L.A.C. stand for?
ELAC stands for English Learner Advisory Committee. The purpose of ELAC is to advise the principal and site staff on programs and services for English learners.

How does one become a member of ELAC?
ELAC officers are voted in by the parents of the school. The officers hold their positions for 2 years.

What are ELAC’s responsibilities?
ELAC has 4 legal responsibilities that is the focus of their work. They must advise the school and staff on the following:
1) Development or revision of a master plan for English learner education 
    for the individual school.
2) Development of the school’s needs assessment.
3) Administration of the school’s annual language census.
4) Ways to make parents aware of the importance of regular school 
    attendance.

How do I know when the meetings are?
All committee meetings are open to the public. They are announced on the bulletin board by the front office, as well as on the Notice Board at the Family Success Center. Committee meetings are held in the Family Success Center (room 110). Please click on the "ELAC Meeting Schedule and Information_2010-11" file below to see the dates and time for these meetings.
Upcoming Meetings:
Dates:    Thursday, February 03, 2011     Thursday, March 31, 2011     
              Thursday, May 19, 2011
Time:      8:30-9:30 a.m.
Location: Family Success Center (Room 110)

To learn more about ELAC, please contact Mr. Pham, the English Learner Support Teacher (ELST) at (858) 496-8330 Ext. 4614

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Last Modified on November 6, 2012