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     Inclement Weather Day:

    In the event that we must cancel school due to an inclement weather day, school will be canceled for all students with no remote learning occurring on that day(s). We will make-up the day during one of the snow make-up days listed on the school calendar.

  • Alert:

    Attention HCCTC Students:

    The HCCTC will be having an Act 80 Day on January 18, 2021.  CTC students will not be attending the CTC on this day.  However, JVHS is open and CTC students will be required to attend in-person classes at JVHS on their regularly scheduled day.  (January 18, 2021 is a GREEN DAY)

    On January 20, 2021, JVHS will be having an Act 80 Day.  The HCCTC will be open on this day.  CTC students will attend the CTC and will be transported to and from the HCCTC using the Wednesday bus schedule.

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English Language Development

Last Updated: 9/3/2019 3:33 PM

Mission Statement

 

The mission of the English Language Development (ELD) Program of the Juniata Valley School District to provide instruction and support in English language development to foster the linguistic, academic progress, personal and social growth of English Learners (ELs).

 

Goals and Objectives

 

The purpose of the English as a Second Language Program of the Juniata Valley School District is to create a culturally sensitive environment where students acquiring English are given the opportunity to develop the language skills necessary to communicate for social and instructional purposes in order to succeed in school and community. The emphasis placed on achieving benchmarks is adjusted to the needs of the individual student.

 

The objectives of our ELD Program are as follows:

 

  1. English learners acquire full proficiency in English at or better than expected growth.
  2. Decrease in the number of Long-term ELs not making progress in English language proficiency.
  3. Classroom teachers and administrators understand and accept the specific language acquisition needs of ELs and actively seek ways to better serve this population.

Non-English parent(s) are provided access to participate in their child’s education on an equal basis as their English-speaking peers (communication in a mode and language they can understand, timely notification of the English Language acquisition progress of their child, opportunities to participate in district programs)