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English Language Development

English Language Development

KidsInClassroom.jpgThe English Language Learner Program provides services for students who have a language other than English in their home and are not yet fully proficient in English. The goals of the program are to:

  • Help students develop both social and academic English
  • Support students as they work toward meeting the state’s grade level content area standards

El Programa de Desarrollo de Inglés ofrece servicios para los estudiantes que tienen un idioma distinto del inglés en su casa y todavía no tienen dominio total  del inglés. Los objetivos del programa son:

  • Ayudar a los estudiantes a desarrollar tanto el inglés social como académico
  • Apoyar a los estudiantes mientras progresan en su aprendizaje de los estándares estatales en las materias académicas

Title III in Carlsbad Unified School District

Part A of Title III is officially known as the English Language Acquisition, Language Enhancement, and Academic Achievement Act. Section 3102 lists nine purposes of the law. The overarching purpose of Title III and the funding allocated to Carlsbad Unified School District under Title III is to ensure that limited-English-proficient (LEP) students (called English learners under California laws), including immigrant children and youths, attain English proficiency and meet the same challenging academic content and achievement standards that other students are expected to meet.
Below, please find a link to frequently asked questions regarding Title III, the Carlsbad Unified School District plan for the Title III funding, and the updated plan in Carlsbad to support English Learners and Migrant students.

English Language Development Contacts/Contactos

Site ELD Resource Teachers/Maestras Especialistas en el Desarrollo de Ingles

Elementary Schools/Escuelas Primarias

Calavera Hills Elementary – Marlene Bullard
All other elementary schools – Denise Sugrue & Sally Gledhill-Mash

Middle Schools/Escuelas Secundarias

Marlene Bullard

High Schools/Escuelas Preparatorias

Elisa Ayala


Elisa Ayala – (760) 331-5165  eayala@carlsbadusd.net

Marlene Bullard – (760) 331-6427  mbullard@carlsbadusd.net

Sally Gledhill – (760) 331-5587  sgledhill@carlsbadusd.net

Denise Sugrue – (760) 331-6560  dsugrue@carlsbadusd.net


Please FAX CELDT score requests to: (760) 720-3828 Attn: Elisa Ayala