SCPS ESOL Mission Statement
"The English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program works to ensure equal educational access for English Learners and their families. We recognize that all stakeholders share the responsibility of ensuring that English learners develop linguistic, cognitive, and academic skills to become competitive citizens of our society. Therefore, students whose first language is not English participate in academically challenging programs that respect and build upon the unique cultural and linguistic attributes they bring to the learning community."
Meet the Teacher
Degrees and Certifications:
BA English - Auburn University (2010) MAT-TESOL - University of Southern California (2015) Ed.S. Curriculum & Instruction - Liberty University (2020)
Dear Students & Parents/Guardians,
My name is Miss Turner and I'm the ESOL Specialist at MBES. I look forward to meeting, teaching, working and learning with you. So that you can get to know me a little, I have added some quick facts below.
Hometown: Atlanta, GA
Education: Auburn University; University of Southern California; Liberty University
Favorite Food: Tacos
Favorite Color: Green
Favorite Hobbies: Crocheting & Traveling
I want to stay connected so, please join my Remind text group.
Inscríbete y recibe avisos importantes de parte de Miss Turner Remind Español
Código de clase para Remind: https://www.remind.com/join/72g3e3
Each year, English Learners take WiDA ACCESS 2.0 which assesses English language proficiency in four domains -- Listening, Reading, Speaking, and Writing. As the ESOL specialist at MBES, my goal is to ensure all students improve in each of those domains. There is a wealth of information for parents to explore in regards to WiDA ACCESS and that information can be found at the website below.