English Language Acquisition District-wide Advisory Committee (ELA DAC)

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English Language Acquisition District-wide Advisory Committee (ELA DAC) Meeting

The English Language Acquisition District-wide Advisory Committee (ELA DAC) is a monthly meeting to inform ELA parents about topics that concern them and improve dialog with DPS. The ELA DAC promotes academic partnerships and leadership through interactive sessions that bring together families from across the district to enhance their advocacy skills at home, school, and district level.


The Office of Family and Community Engagement in collaboration with the ELA Department is excited to invite you to the English Language Acquisition District Advisory Committee (ELA DAC). The topic will be Summer Academy, After School Programs, Community Resources, and much more.  The meeting will take place on Thursday, March 14th from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Temple Emanuel, 51 Grape St., Denver, CO 80220

FREE food, childcare, and interpretation.

NOTE: You are an ELA parent/legal guardian if you have a student learning English in one of the English Language Acquisition programs in Denver Public Schools.

Please click here to REGISTER |  Email: FACE_Events@dpsk12.org |  http://face.dpsk12.org  |  Phone: 720-423-3135

Download Flyer: English (bilingual) | Spanish (bilingual) | Amharic | Arabic  |Burmese  | French  | Nepali  |  Somali  | Swahili | Tigrinya | Vietnamese


Why attend?
Families are children’s first teachers and advocates, and our best academic partners!


ELA DAC - Summer Academy, Community Resources...

The Office of Family and Community Engagement in collaboration with the English Language Acquisition Department is excited to invite ELA parents and liaisons to our next ELA DAC

Join Us on:

Thursday, April 18, 2019
Bruce Randolph School
3955 Steele St., Denver, CO 80205
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

To Download Flyer:

English | Spanish | Amharic |

Arabic |Burmese |French | Nepali  |

Somali | Swahili | Tigrinya| Vietnamese






Interpretation, meals, and childcare (age 3-12) are provided at no cost to participants.

For information: Nelvis_Alvarez@dpsk12.org | or call at 720-423-3135 | Email: FACE_Events@dpsk12.org


The TNLI (Transitional Native Language Instruction) program supports students’ native language development as they learn English so that students become bilingual and biliterate.

What is (TNLI)?
Choosing the Right TNLI Option for Your Child
TNLI: Frequently Asked Questions

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