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English Language Learners
Welcome to the English Language Learner (ELL) page which is dedicated to all of our students
and families that speak two or more languages!  Our teachers feel privileged to work with students that speak Aguacateco, Hmong, Karen, Marshallese, Nepali, Q'eqchi', Spanish, Tagalog, and other languages. 
 
Certified Teachers:                             Support Staff:
 
Brenda Burgherr, MES                       Susan Claybrook, CPE
​Julie Dalton, CPE                               ​Cinthia Cole, MIS
Leah Heidlage, CPE                           Sylvia Guerra, CPE              
Daphne Hensley, Coordinator          
  Kaitlyn NIckell, MIS  
Nicole Ross, MES                              Claudia Ortiz-Medrano, CPE
Brandi Shores, MES & MIS               Cathy Mosier, CPE
Tamara Stadter, MHS                       
Cindy Weibel, MES      
​Maure Watson, MES                                  
​David Valenciano, MMS
      
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ELL/Migrant Fundraiser
Fundraiser for Scholarship
Date: Monday, April 10th
Time: 5:30
Items for sale: Pizza, lemonade, & cookies
Bird houses, Flower pots, Jewelry, and Decorative rocks

Entertainment provided by PK/K & 3rd/4th Grade ELLs
Free bounce houses!


GED/HiSet
GED/HiSet Classes in Spanish

Monday-Thursday, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Career Center behind Auto Zone
Cub Pride Article (March 3, 2017) by Mrs. Daphne Hensley, ELL Coordinator

Learning for the Future



English Language Learners (ELLs) at Monett Elementary are engaged in a three-month-long learning enterprise, Project-Based Learning (PBL). Most specifically, 1st and 2nd grade ELLs are focused on the goals, standards-based content, and critical thinking skills necessary to solve open-ended inquiry. Their project is framed by a driving question: What activities can we do at a parent activity night to raise money for an educational scholarship for a graduating ELL student at MHS?

Students had been introduced to the big question during a PBL launch. This driving question gives the students a challenge and a sense of purpose. Keynote speakers David Valenciano and Daniela Rodriguez shared their background stories and how getting a solid education can be significantly beneficial for bilingual students. Both speakers are graduates of Missouri Sate University and current staff at Monett R-1. They urged the students to learn more about what college can do for themselves and their families.

As part of a PBL experience, students acquire a deeper knowledge through active exploration of real-world connections. The students are immersed in the discovery of all things “collegiate.” They are researching the steps to enter college, the costs of college, and the long-term rewards of earning an advanced degree. One facet of the project is for the student to actualize that college is a one of the most valuable investments he/she can make for his/her future – both financially and personally.

Furthermore, PBL is self-directed learning. These 1st and 2nd graders have voice and choice in making the majority of decisions about their project. The students are establishing leadership roles, finding resources, and applying the information necessary to earn money at the upcoming event. Current tasks include securing financial backing for fundraising and creating hand-made products to sell. They are also reaching out to English Language Learners at other campuses to support the project in the areas of public relations, event entertainment, and scholarship writing and selection.

We look forward to the culmination of the students’ PBL project at the Parent Activity Night on Monday, April 10, 2017, and at the presentation of a college scholarship to a graduating ELL student!

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Parent Activity Night
1st and 2nd Graders Perform Old McDonald
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Mrs. DeLaSalle's Class
MHS Students Thank Their Loved Ones!
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MMS and MHS Students Attend STEP
Students attending the annual STEP (Student Transition Education Program) conference at Missouri State University learned about the steps they need to take to pursue a college education.
THANK YOU LATINO COMMUNITY!
Shout out to the following individuals and businesses
for their leadership in our community!


Adelaida Garcia, Asociacion Latina IMAGEN
David Jimenez, La Michiocana
Elodia Maldonado, La Durangena
​Guillermina Para, Herbal Life
Paco Pereara, Plaza Mexico Super Mercado
Sabrina Velasquez, El Mesias

Valentin Vizcaino, Vizcaino's Barber Shop


Thank you for sharing your expertise with our teachers!

"Student Life" at MMS and MHS
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English for Adult Learners
Who: ANY AND ALL PARENTS THAT WANT TO LEARN ENGLISH
What: Adult education classes through Crowder College
Where: 303 Cleveland in Monett
Days/Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:00-1:00
or
Tuesday and Thursdays 5:00-8:00 pm

Facilitator: Beverly Jones
Phone: 235-0065
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Medical Clinic Accepting Medicaid in Cassville
An area clinic has started accepted patients with MO HealthNet (Medicaid).  Access Family Care provides medical care for the whole family, including maternity.  Dental services are also available.  The Cassville location is located at 1101 Main Street.  For more information, call (417)847-0057 or go to www.accessfamilycare.org.  Wishing you good health!
FusionPage Files
 WIDA Performance Definitions.docx
Definitions for ELL Student Performance on WIDA Language Proficiency Assessments.
 CAN_DOs English:Spanish.pdf
Differentiation Rubric Created by WIDA for Teachers of ELLs
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