North Cobb High School Rising 9th Grade Open House
February 12th, 2019
Doors open@ 6PM for activities and information.
- ACCESS Testing for ESOL/IEL is coming!
Students will start practicing on February, from 4th to 8th.
- ACCESS Testing Dates:
Listening and Reading:Monday, February 11th
Writing : Tuesday, February 12th
Speaking : Wednesday, February 13th .
- Make up Testing February: Thursday and Friday 14th and February 15th.
Testing window will close on March 3rd.
- Raz-Kids is a website that we use in class to help students with reading, listening, and speaking skills. Students must read 20-30 minutes daily.
Students have log ins and passwords. Log In: Awtrey Password: Lunch number.
Click HERE to see website.
- Imagine Learning
- Username: StudentIDemail@example.com
- Password: StudentID#
- It is a literacy program that helps ESOL students to develop Reading, Writing, Speaking, and listening skills which support English Language Development Standards (ELPS).
The English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program services support student's transition into mainstream classroom by incorporating literature with content, students learn and practice to meet grade level standards while being introduce to the academic language needed for school success. Cobb County ESOL Program services for students to use English in order to communicate and demostrate academic, social, and cultural understanding.
The Intensive English Language Program (IEL) is an intervention program designed to prepere and support newcomer students for their transition to the mainstream curriculum. The goal of this program is to provide short term intensive English support for students with little to no profiency in English. Basic social English is acquiered as well as cultural adaption to ensure success at school setting and improve their skills in speaking, reading, writing, and listening in English.
Nancy Puga Martinez- MEd.
I was born in a beautiful country of Ecuador- South America- Ecuador was one of the five countries of the Gran Colombia. During my childhood, I was inspired to became a teacher by my mother. She gave me the opportunity to view the school enviroment very closely, that experience greatly affected my life. I was a middle and high school teacher in Ecuador for about five years. Then, I moved to America in 1999. In 2010, I finished my Masters in Education focus on ESOL, at Kennesaw State University.
I have two children, a boy and a girl. I am bilingual, I speak English and Spanish. I like to travel to know different cultures, languages, and food around the world. I visit my country very often to see my family and taste our delicious Ecuadorian food. I enjoy traveling with my husband Robert too.
I truly enjoy and have a passion to teach students from different countries, cultures, and languages. I understand their needs and barriers because my expericnces in a multicultural society taught me how to connect to their lives.