English Language Mulitcultural Advisory Commitee (ELMAC) meetings are held with the parents of English Language Learners four times a year. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the school program and obtain ideas on how yukonElementary can better focus on the student’s educational needs as an English Language Learner.
All parents of English Learners are encouraged to attend the ELMAC and District meetings. For ease of communication, there are translators at all scheduled meetings. This is a good opportunity to discuss how Lincoln Elementary can help your child succeed.
All ELMAC Meetings are held in the cafeteria at Yukon Elementary School. Please check the ELMAC Calendar for updated information.
ELMAC MEETING AGENDA AND NOTES
The District English Learner Multicultural Advisory Committee (DELMAC) is intended to provide a forum for sharing information with parents, as well as to allow a regular means for parents to communicate their needs, concerns, and suggestions at the District level. This committee is also required by law.
DELMAC meetings are held four times a year.
Levy Adult Education Center
3420 W. 229th Place, Room 20
Torrance, CA 90505
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(South bound on Hawthorne Blvd, turn LEFT on W. 230th St, parking lot is at the end of this road. Look for small outdoor building with ramp next to the parking lot).
(Refreshments and childcare provided)
If you have questions for DELMAC, you may contact our
Program Specialist: Dr. David Robertson.
DELMAC MEETING AGENDA AND NOTES
The information below was provided by DELMAC during the December 8th, meeting.
A PARENT GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENTS FOR CALIFORNIA (ELPAC)
The English Language Proficiency Assessments of California (ELPAC) is the test that is used to measure how well students in kindergarten throught twelth grade understand English when it is not their primary language. The ELPAC is taking the place of the California English Language Development Test (CELDT). Information from the ELPAC helps your child’s teacher provide support in the right areas.
More information about the ELPAC can be found on the California Department of Education ELPAC web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/ep/
You can also access ELPAC Practice Tests at https://www.elpac.org/resources/practicetests/
More information about your child’s ELPAC scores can be found by contacting your child’s teacher and/or the school office.