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Cobb County ESOL Program

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Dr. Gregory Ewing
Supervisor
ESOL & FL Program
Email

Vacant
Secretary
770-426-3410

Please visit the
Cobb County ESOL Blog

Vision:
Ensuring that all English Language Learners receive the respect, encouragement and opportunities they need to build the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be successful, contributing members of a global society.

Mission:
The mission of the CCSD ESOL Program is to develop the English proficiency of students while advancing their academic achievement, and to support them in becoming productive, contributing citizens in the United States and an ever-changing global society.

ESOL Staff

ESOL (Title III)

P: 770-426-3410
Mr. Germán Suárez Consultant
Vacant Bilingual Secretary
District ESOL
Lead Teachers
Ms. Damaris Cortes Elementary Schools (Areas 3, 4, 5)
Ms. Catherine Porch Elementary Schools (Areas 1, 2, 6)
Mr. Gregory Clark Middle Schools - IEL Program
Mr. Sean Bagley High Schools
Student Intake
and Advisement

P: 678-331-3134
Mr. Larry Hoover Student Advisor
Ms. Vicki Campos Student Advisor
Ms. Gabrielle Wyant ESOL Data Specialist
Ms. Yamile Sardinas Bilingual Secretary
ESOL/FL
Professional Learning

P: 678-331-3964
Ms. Vicki Campos
Student Advisor
Foreign Student
Exchange
Program
P: 678-331-3134
Mr. Larry Hoover Student Advisor
Plaza Comunitaria
P: 678-331-3086
Mr. Aldo Alcaraz Facilitator

ESOL Program Goals:

  • Value and build upon students' academic, linguistic, and cultural backgrounds.
  • Create a supportive learning environment.
  • Assist students in reaching their full academic potential.
  • Build connections between ESOL and school wide instructional programs.
  • Encourage participation of students and their families within the school and the community.
  • Foster understanding and appreciation of diverse populations within the school and the community.

Parent Tool Kit (No Child Left Behind)

Powerpoint Presentations

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New Publication!

University of Georgia Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education