Schools – 15% and Above Translation Required
2023-2024 SCHOOL YEAR
LANGUAGE CENSUS 2022-2023 DATA
The following chart is derived from each school site's English learners who are classified as EL (English Learner) or FEP (Fluent English Proficient). If a student is reclassified from EL status to FEP, the parents’ need to receive notices in both English and the primary language may not change. The formula used by the California Department of Education in determining the 15 percent and above statistics includes EL and FEP counts. Consequently, a language group at each school site that is over 15 percent mandates that all written notices to the parent/guardian and other communications be translated.
EL / FEP
EL / FEP
|BLACOW ELEMENTARY||Kennedy||Spanish||630||134||69||203||32.22 %|
|GLENMOOR ELEMENTARY||Washington||Spanish||654||85||21||106||16.21 %|
|HOPKINS MIDDLE SCHOOL||Mission||Mandarin||909||14||156||170||18.70%|
|IRVINGTON HIGH||Irvington||Mandarin||2207||21||337||358||16.22 %|
|MISSION HIGH||Mission||Mandarin||1878||10||427||437||23.27 %|
|MISSION VALLEY ELEMENTARY||Mission||Mandarin||478||27||48||75||15.69%|
|WASHINGTON HIGH||Washington||Spanish||1931||140||168||308||15.95 %|
|YOUNG ADULT PROGRAM||FUSD||Spanish||39||5||2||7||17.95%|
Education Code Section 48985. Parental notification education code requirements.
(a) If 15 percent or more of the pupils enrolled in a public school that provides instruction in kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 12, inclusive, speak a single primary language other than English, as determined from the census data submitted to the department pursuant to Section 52164 in the preceding year, all notices, reports, statements, or records sent to the parent or guardian of any such pupil by the school or school district shall, in addition to being written in English, be written in the primary language, and maybe responded to either in English or the primary language.