Office Support Resources
ELA parent options video
Office support professionals are responsible for ELA registration and data entry in Infinite Campus. The information listed below is designed to assist in the ELA registration process and the ELA Infinite Campus data entry process.
- ELA Registration Checklist
- Parent Choice Office Log
- Registration Chart
- PPF3 Guidance for School Offices
- ELA: First 30 Days
Home Language Questionnaire (HLQ)
Parent Permission Form (PPF)
For additional languages, please visit the DPS Multicultural Document Repository.
English Language Learners Lists
- ELL List Report - View a list of English Language Learners at your school
- Click here for guidance on how to navigate the Elementary and Secondary ELL List Report
ELA Zone Schools
When a school does not offer the ELA services that parents choose, their child is eligible to attend the nearest ELA Zone School.
If ELA-E services are requested and not available at the student's home school, ELA-E zone schools are:
Elementary - Place Bridge Academy
Middle - Merrill
High - South
If parents select ELA-S services that are not available at the student's home school, they may attend a TNLI Zone School.
TNLI Zone School Maps show the Zone School (identified by a star) in each color coded area.
Newcomers are English Learners who are new to the country and identified as having limited or interrupted education, as well as minimal literacy skills in both their native language and English. Newcomer Centers serve these students for one or two semesters to prepare them for participation in an ELA program at their DPS school. Newcomer Centers are located at Place Bridge Academy, Merrill Middle School, DCIS-Montbello, Abraham Lincoln High School and South High School. Below are resources for working with Newcomer students and referring them to a Newcomer Center.
ELA PROGRAM BROCHURES FOR PARENTS
Bilingual (TNLI) Program
For students who are primarily Spanish-speakers
For all students who speak languages other than English