Family, Community, and School Partnerships
Children succeed when their families, communities, and schools work together to help them create and achieve their dreams. The ESOL program actively seeks to cultivate partnerships with families and community members to support our students. Family members may volunteer in classrooms, organize school events, interpret or translate in their native languages, tutor after school, and support students' learning through collaboration with teachers. The ESOL program also needs families to provide input in the school and program decision-making process.
Families with any questions, comments, or concerns--or who wish to volunteer--may contact the International & ESOL Welcome Center at 434-296-6517 and visit our ESOL Family Support webpage.
Una Entrevista con Kristen Eberly, Maestra de ESOL en la escuela Greer (en español)
In this interview, Kristen Eberly describes why she became an ESOL teacher in Albemarle County and how she works with her students to help them learn English and achieve at the highest academic levels.