English as a Second Language
Our ESL Program model consists of an ESL class for students to receive English instruction every day. English Language Learners receive English credit for this class. We also provide support services for students who are transitioning into an English class by scheduling them in an ESL Resource, as opposed to an independent study hall. Here, students receive support for their core classes, and any accommodations for which they may qualify.
- Evaluate students of non-English language background, whose home language survey upon enrollment indicate a non-English language
- Provide ESL services to students who meet the established criteria in their home school.
- Provide a combination of pull-out and push-in teaching approaches to deliver ESL services.
- ESL services gradually transition from a pullout model of support to an inclusion model through an integration of services model with services being delivered in the general education classroom. All educators share the responsibility of educating our English learner student population.
- Students continue to receive ESL services until achieve a level of exit proficiency on an annual ACCESS state assessment.
To check your student's grades, visit:
PowerSchool Parent Portal
For practice using your English in listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar, pronunciation, or vocabulary: https://www.englishclub.com/
Students, need a book suggestion? http://www.ccsf.edu/Library/instruct/eslintermed.pdf
Check out your books at the Lisle Library!
777 Front St, Lisle, IL 60532
Our Lisle Library offers ESL classes for Adult Learners.