Student Services

English for Speakers of Other Languages

ESOL Teacher/Program Coordinator

Stephanie Doyle

Cathy Zylinski - District Contact 
603-679-8003 x7105

The Mission of the ESOL Program

The ESOL Program supports the mission of the Epping School District:

The mission of the Epping School District is to focus on the potential of every student and engage them to be passionate, confident learners who demonstrate competence and have strength of character to reach their highest aspirations and thoughtfully contribute to a diverse and changing world.

What is ESOL?

English for Speakers of Other Languages, or ESOL, is a state and federally mandated program for all students who speak or are from a home where another language besides English is spoken. 
The ESOL staff follow New Hampshire standards, WIDA guidelines, and best practices  for second language acquisition to provide students with educational opportunities to successfully acquire social and academic English skills. 
The ESOL staff also promote multicultural awareness in classrooms, equitable access for all student across the school district, and parental involvement in our schools and the community.

How Are Students Identified for ESOL Services? 

Are Student Required to Participate in ESOL? 

How Are Students Exited from ESOL Services?

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