• Alert:

    All AESD Schools and AESD District Offices will remain CLOSED through the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. With the exception of our upcoming Spring Break next week from April 6-10, we will continue to provide free student meals to all children under the age of 18 from 11 - 12:30 pm daily at the following 4 locations: Adelanto Elementary, George, Morgan Kincaid, and Ted Vick. Meals will be “grab and go” using a drive through style hand off. Walk ups are welcomed too. (***For locations for FREE meals pcik up while we are on Spring Break, look at the news article on the front page of our website***) With the exception of Spring Break, AESD has created weekly resources for your child to maintain their academic skills during our school closure. You may access the materials by picking up a weekly paper packet at our district office lobby area from 10 - 2 pm or click on the top tab labeled "Education Opportunities on our website". There will be no weekly learning packets during Spring Break.

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Identifying students who need help learning English is important so they can get the support they need to do well in English Language Arts/Literacy, Mathematics, Science, and other Subject areas in school.  The Summative ELPAC is the test used to measure how well students whose status is 'English Language Learner' understand English.  Information from the test tells your child's teacher about the areas in which your child needs extra support and helps determine if your student can be Reclassified because they no longer need language support.  

English Language Learner students will take the Summative ELPAC this March.  Please see your school administration to determine what days your student will be administered the ELPAC.  

You are an important part of your child's education.  To help your child get ready for the tets, you can:

  • Read to your child or have them read to you
  • Use pictures and ask your child to tell you what they see happening
  • Provide your child with opportunities to use English outside of school
  • Talk with your child's teacher about your child's listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills​




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