ELD

Courses and Support

ELD: English Language Development

Goal

Learn the English language

Purpose

To help English learners develop English skills including listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Courses Offered

ELD 1A, ELD 1B, ELD 2, ELD 3

Sheltered Courses

Goal

Learn grade-level content
 

Purpose

Sheltered classes offer extra language help to learn the material of the class
 

Courses Offered

  • English: Literature & Writing Sheltered, World Literature Sheltered, American Literature Sheltered, Contemporary Literature Sheltered
  • Social Science: World History Sheltered, US History Sheltered, US Government Sheltered, Economics Sheltered
  • Science: Biology Sheltered, Chemistry Sheltered, Physics Sheltered

Connections and New Student Support

Connections

Connections is the Bilingual Parent Group at Monta Vista High School. This group meets four times a year to provide parents with information regarding the ELD program and the supports in place for EL students. All parents and guardians of bilingual students are welcome. For more information, contact Lindsay Stuart at lindsay_stuart@fuhsd.org.

New Student Support

This club provides assistance for students new to Monta Vista. For example, translators from the group are sometimes paired up with new English Learners. To learn more, visit the New Student Support Web Page.

Staff Directory

Brostowicz, Robyn 366-7600 x8813 Sheltered World History
Elly Brown 366-7600 x8818 ELD 1A, ELD 1B, ELD 2
Clarke, David 366-7600 x8830 Sheltered Literature/Writing
Cler, Stacey 366-7600 x8821 Sheltered World Literature
Hajjarian, Pooya 366-7600 x8879 Sheltered Biology
Kahn, Peggy 366-7600 x8874 ELD 3
Muskivitch, Deby 366-7639 ELD Program Assistant
Onodera, Mia 366-7600 x8871 Sheltered Chemistry
TBD 366-7600 ELD Coordinator