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Schools - 15% and Above Translation Required

2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR
LANGUAGE CENSUS 2020-2021 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.


School

Attendance
Area

Top
Language

School 
Enrollment

Number
of EL's

Fluent English
Proficient (FEP)

Total Number
EL / FEP

Total
EL / FEP
Percent

AZEVADA ELEMENTARY

Kennedy

Mandarin

684

31

82

113

16.52 %

BLACOW ELEMENTARY

Kennedy

Spanish

446

75

29

104

23.32 %

CABRILLO ELEMENTARY

Washington

Spanish

380

68

32

100

26.32 %

CENTERVILLE JUNIOR HIGH Washington Spanish 999 54 99 153 15.32 %

CHADBOURNE ELEMENTARY

Mission

Mandarin

680

34

87

121

17.79 %

GLENMOOR ELEMENTARY

Washington

Spanish

708

69

41

110

15.54 %

GREEN ELEMENTARY

Irvington

Mandarin

447

44

46

90

20.13 %

GRIMMER ELEMENTARY

Irvington

Spanish

427

57

41

98

22.95 %

HOPKINS JUNIOR HIGH

Mission

Mandarin

978

9

194

203

20.76 %

HORNER MIDDLE

Irvington

Mandarin

1652

24

249

273

16.53 %

IRVINGTON HIGH

Irvington

Mandarin

2382

31

404

435

18.26 %

KENNEDY HIGH

Kennedy

Spanish

1393

89

251

340

24.41 %

MISSION HIGH

Mission

Mandarin

2063

19

484

503

24.38 %

MISSION SAN JOSE ELEMENTARY

Mission

Mandarin

519

23

56

79

15.22 %

ROBERTSON HIGH

FUSD

Spanish

143

12

37

49

34.27 %

WALTERS MIDDLE 

Kennedy

Spanish

1056

96

117

213

20.17 %

WASHINGTON HIGH

Washington

Spanish

1911

118

188

306

16.01 %

 

Education Code Section 48985.    Parental notification education codes 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.