Welcome to Federal and State ProgramsOur Mission Statement:Federal and State Programs focuses on student success by collaborating with families, educators, and members of the community to meet learners' individual needs.Director: Christie Rocha, Ed.D.Staff Secretary III: Amber Aguilar
CELDT/Language Assessment Center Federal & State Programs District Office - Room 150 District Office - Room 250 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Phone: 510.659.2564 Phone: 510.659.2531 Fax: 510.659.2554 Fax: 510.659.2532Program ManagerSue KesslerDirectorDr. Christie Rocha Induction Program Native American Program District Office - Room 250 Adult School - Room 20 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Phone: 510-659-2527 Phone: 510.797.2681 Fax: 510-659-2532 Fax: 510.797.7869CoordinatorKristina Najarro Program ManagerSue KesslerContact Information: 510.659.2531Christie Rocha, Director, extension 12631Amber Aguilar, Staff Secretary III, extension 12302Beverly Taub, Program Manager, extension 12607Sarah Barrious, Program Manager, extension 12650Sue Kessler, Program Manager, extension 12319Other Contacts:Office Assistant IIILanguage Assessment Centerext. 12374Staff Secretary IIIFederal & State Programsext. 12302Staff Secretary IIPreschool Programsext. 12355Data TechnicianCELDT and Language Assessment Centerext. 12606Program ManagerPreschool Programsext. 12607Parent Outreach CoordinatorImmigrant Students & Familiesext. 12314Directorext. 12631Community LiaisonMigrant Educationext. 12632Community LiaisonNative American Studies(510) 797-2681ext. 29020Community LiaisonPreschool Programsext. 12354Language TechnicianLanguage Assessment Centerext. 12376Teacher on Special AssignmentSecondary English Learnersext. 12226Staff Secretary IIMigrant EducationPrivate SchoolsSummer SchoolTitle Iext. 12311Office Assistant IIIMandarin Dual Immersion ProgramProp 49: After School Education &Safety Programext. 12633Induction Coordinatorext. 12621Teacher on Special AssignmentImmigrant Supportext. 12318Senior Language TechnicianLanguage Assessment Centerext. 12373Teacher on Special AssignmentImmersion Programsext. 12222Staff Secretary IISpanish Immersion ProgramGLAD (Guided Language Acquisition Design)ext. 12603
Language TechnicianLanguage & Assessment Centerext. 12375Program ManagerMigrant EducationPrivate SchoolsSpanish Immersion ProgramTitle Iext. 12650Account Clerkext. 12680Language TechnicianLanguage Assessment Centerext. 12333Program ManagerGLAD (Guided Language Acquisition Design)Language Assessment CenterMandarin Immersion ProgramNative American Studies ProgramProp 49: After School Education & Safety Programext. 12319TBDOffice Assistant IIIInductionext. 12617Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)
The Department of Federal and State Programs partners and participates with all FUSD school sites and district departments in professional learning communities (PLCs) to provide equitable and significant learning opportunities to meet the educational objectives of our diverse student populations. We are committed to closing the achievement and opportunity gaps by distributing and targeting federal and state resources to make a difference where there is the greatest need.
Through the PLC process, stakeholders focus on student learning to ensure that all students are provided with enriched and accelerated educational programs to meet their individual learning goals. Using the questions below as our guide, we are able to continuously evaluate the effectiveness of our programs and make adjustments to support our students.
1. What is it we want our students to learn?
2. How will we know if each student has learned it?
3. How will we respond when some students do not learn it? (Intervention)4. How can we extend and enrich the learning for students who have demonstrated proficiency?