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Time is Running Out! Register Today!

Date: 01/10/2024
Author: Jenn Guerrero

The SCOE Multilingual Learner Leadership Conference is happening on Friday, January 19th. Register today before we reach full capacity. 

Breakout sessions this year include 

  • Creating Effective Designated ELD Lessons to Promote Authentic Communication in the Elementary Classroom

  • Sustaining the Cultural and Linguistic Wealth of Multilingual Students

  • Balancing Conviction with Compliance: Developing a Strategic Plan for Multilingual Learners

  • N.O.P.A.L.I.T.O.S. (Never give up, Opportunity, Plan and prepare, Action, Lead, Innovate, Team, Observe, Stay humble.)

  • See You on the Other Side: The Amarosa Community School Mural Project

  • Cosechando Conexiones con Poesia: Poetry as Teaching, Healing, and Resistance

  • Choosing Honor Over Power

  • Revolutionizing Multilingual Education Begins with Me

This year’s conference theme, Voices of Light, asks its presenters and participants to investigate the question, “How might we celebrate and honor the voices of multilingual learners to co-create practices of belonging?”  Keynote speakers include LTC Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch, Ret.and Dr. Luz Yadira Herrera

Test FCLC News Item

Date: 06/12/2023
Author: Jenn Guerrero

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Leilan, Student
"I like Amarosa because there's a much smaller student count and so teachers can be one-on-one with you. They can actually help you and be one-on-one with you while the class is doing something else. I feel like that's a huge game-changer." - Leilan, Student