LPAC

The Language ProficiencyAssessment Committee (LPAC) is responsible for reviewing all informationrelated to all students identified as English Language Learners (ELLs)upon enrollment and at the end of every school year.  Committee membersare the advocates for ELLs in every aspect of the instructional program.
 
Throughout the year, LPACs convene for different purposes.
  • Beginning of Year - Entry, Identification, and Placement
  • Middle of Year - Assessment Decision-Making
  • End of Year - Annual Review
  • Monitoring - reviewing progress of students who have been exited from the Bilingual/ESL program during the past 2 years (M1 & M2) and Denials
  • Collaboration Meeting Form - ARD & LPAC members meet to discuss instructional needs of students who have been identified to be in need of special education services early in the school year.  Follow the instructions included in the LPAC Framework Manual for the Process for Considering Exit Criteria for Special Education students. (PowerPoint Presentation)
  • LPAC Report Dates 2016-2017 - submit your minutes through district email to Elizabeth Góngora with a Cc to Rosa Rodriguez
  • LPAC Notes
  • LAS Links Online Library - This is a collection of weblinks to various videos and informational documents that will serve as a resource for staff responsible for LAS testing.
  • LAS Links Online (Setup) - The OAS Test Administration System (TAS)
 
Eachpage will include relevant federal, state, regional, and localdocuments/forms and PowerPoint presentations for your convenience.
 
General LPAC Documents:

Ordering Material for Language Proficiency Assessments:

  • Pre-LAS - For Pre-Kinder and Kinder
    • Form C - Beginning of year/enrollment
    • Form D - End of Year
  • LAS - for grades 1 through 12 - this is only for hard copies of materials.  Ms. Gonzalez will continue to order LAS Links Online Testing at the district level.
             
    • English Form C/D  
      • Form C - Beginning of year/enrollment
      • Form D - End of year
  • TerraNova, Complete Battery, Third Edition - for grades 2 through 12
    • For students who scored a 4 or 5 on their LAS test
  • TEA List of Approved Assessments


    State website for LPAC -
    Region 20
Student Record Organization Document 2015 - Thisis a list of all the documents that are required to be kept instudent's permanent record.  Documents should be filed in this order tofacilitate location of documents as needed.