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**Please be sure to bring any school related paperwork you have regarding your student when you come for testing.  It is especially important for high school students to have transcripts translated into English so that we can credit your student with as many units from your home country as possible.

 

** Testing will take approximately 2-3 hours depending on your student's level of English.

 

**Plan on attending a Parent Orientation if you are new to the United States.

 

**Students must have an appointment slip from the registering school of residence in order to be admitted for testing.

Requests for CELDT Test Results

If you are in need of CELDT results or current language designations for former MDUSD students who have recently enrolled in a district outside of MDUSD, please FAX your request to our office at 925-685-8590.

EL Assessment Center

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Welcome to the MDUSD English Learner Assessment Center! 

Here at the EL Assessment Center we are excited to welcome new secondary students to our district.  We serve students whose native language is other than English in grades 6-12 at all of the middle and high schools in the district.  We administer the following tests to ensure proper placement in programs and classes at individual school sites:  primary language tests; CELDT (California English Language Development Test); textbook placement tests for Inside and Edge; and a general math placement test.  We are committed to proper placement as well as accurate data collection regarding our English Learners.

STAFF

Staff Member Phone Email

Candelaria Perez, Administrator

(925) 682-8000 x6234           perezbarretomc@mdusd.org
Pati Becerra, Community School Coordinator (925) 682-8000  x6240 becerrap@mdusd.org
Amy Fritz, Secondary EL Support Teacher (925) 682-8000  x6239 fritza@mdusd.org
Rosa Grand, Secretary (925) 682-8000  x6230 grandr@mdusd.org
Liliana Gutierrez, Intermediate Typist Clerk, Secondary (925) 682-8000  x6238 gutierrezl@mdusd.org
Marianne Krummen, Intermediate Typist Clerk, Elementary (925) 682-8000 x6237 krummenm@mdusd.org

 

News

4/25/18

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact:  Ursula Kroemer Leimbach / communications@mdusd.org / mobile: (760) 705-6919

 

Building and construction trades field trip for Mt. Diablo Unified high school counselors and college/career advisors 

High school teams hit the road to meet with local building trade organizations to explore opportunities for career education partnerships

 

WHAT:  About two dozen Mt. Diablo Unified School District (MDUSD) high school Counselors, College and Career Advisors, and Work-based Learning Coordinators have been invited by the Contra Costa Building and Construction Trades Council to visit some building trades centers to learn more about construction and building trade career opportunities for high school graduates.

 

Representatives from the Council recently met with MDUSD’s Career Pathway Advisory Committee, and offered to host the field trip as a way for school advisors to learn more about entry-level opportunities, apprenticeship programs, and journeyperson training. Data from the California Department of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) indicate that prevailing wages for apprentices in Contra Costa County, working in the skilled trades, start at close to $30 for the hourly basic rate.

 

WHERE/WHEN:  MDUSD educators will meet at Ygnacio Valley High School, 755 Oak Grove Rd., Concord, to board a bus for the field trip taking them to three locations:

 

Time

Business

Address

9:15 a.m.

United Association (UA) Plumbers and Steamfitters Local Union 342

935 Detroit Ave., Concord

(Get Directions)

11:00 a.m.

(Stop will include lunch)

Ironworkers Union Local 378

3120 Bayshore Rd., Benicia

(Get Directions)

1:00 p.m.

Heat & Frost Insulators Local 16

3801 Park Rd., Benicia

(Get Directions)

 

The bus is scheduled to return to Ygnacio Valley High School by 3 p.m.  The media contact for the field trip is Stephanie Roberts, Director of Special Projects, at (925) 250-5526 (mobile).

 

 

 

 

About Mt. Diablo Unified

Mt. Diablo Unified, located in Contra Costa County, is honored to serve approximately 32,000 students at one of more than 50 school sites in the cities of Clayton, Concord, Pleasant Hill; portions of Martinez, Pittsburg and Walnut Creek; and the unincorporated communities of Bay Point, Lafayette, and Pacheco. As part of a richly diverse community, MDUSD families represent numerous cultures and ethnicities, speaking nearly 50 different languages and dialects. We offer award-winning, innovative programs in Career Technical Education (CTE); Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); extensive visual and performing arts programs; and rich foreign language and dual immersion offerings. MDUSD is pleased to have opened its first International Baccalaureate (IB) program and three new regional magnet programs for the 2017-2018 school year. Efforts are underway to establish the IB program at the middle and elementary school level. MDUSD also expanded its middle college program, College Now, now serving an additional 35 students.  Learn more at http://www.mdusd.org/.

 

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4/24/18

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact:  Ursula Kroemer Leimbach / communications@mdusd.org / mobile: (760) 705-6919

 

Mt. Diablo Unified “You Make a Difference” awards event honors students, parents, teachers, administrators, and others who make a difference in the lives of students with unique needs

Recognition event, co-sponsored by MDUSD’s Community Advisory Committee for Special Education (CAC) and Special Education Department, approaching 20th year

 

WHAT:  The Mt. Diablo Unified School District (MDUSD) Special Education Department and Community Advisory Community for Special Education (CAC) are hosting the semi-annual “You Make a Difference” awards event, honoring those in the community and within the District who make a difference in the lives of students with unique needs, including those with disabilities, and homeless or foster youth. More than 20 recipients will be recognized, including students, parents, teachers and other staff, administrators, and community members. Congressman Mark DeSaulnier and MDUSD’s Homeless Outreach Program for Education (HOPE) are among the honorees.

 

WHERE:  Mountain View Elementary School, 1705 Thornwood Dr., Concord 94521 (Get directions)

 

WHEN:  Wednesday, April 24, 2018, 6:30 p.m., in the school’s Multi-Use Room (MUR)

 

OVERVIEW: 

The “You Make a Difference” awards began in 1999 as an opportunity to thank those involved in the lives of students with unique needs for their positive impact and contributions, and as a jointly-sponsored event by the District’s Special Education Department and Community Advisory Committee. Nominees represent a wide range of stakeholders and education partners, including students, staff, teachers, administrators, community members, and community organizations.

 

This year, 21 recipients will be recognized. While the honorees know they will be recognized at tomorrow’s event, they do not yet know why, or by whom.  The nominations will be read at tomorrow’s event.  Each recipient will receive a commemorative plaque, saluting their contributions.

 

INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITIES:

Superintendent Nellie Meyer

Board Members

Members of the Community Advisory Committee for Special Education

Special Education administrators, staff, and teachers

Students

Parents/Families

 

VISUALS:

Awards presentation

Slideshow of photos of recipients (doing what they do to make a difference!), produced by a student at College Park High School

Student poster(s)

 

The event is open to the public. Your coverage is welcome.  On-site media contact is Ursula Kroemer Leimbach at (760) 705-6919.

 

 

About Mt. Diablo Unified

Mt. Diablo Unified, located in Contra Costa County, is honored to serve approximately 32,000 students at one of more than 50 school sites in the cities of Clayton, Concord, Pleasant Hill; portions of Martinez, Pittsburg and Walnut Creek; and the unincorporated communities of Bay Point, Lafayette, and Pacheco. As part of a richly diverse community, MDUSD families represent numerous ethnic communities, speaking nearly 50 different languages and dialects. We offer award-winning innovative programs in Career Technical Education (CTE); Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); extensive visual and performing arts programs; and rich foreign language and dual immersion offerings. MDUSD is pleased to have opened its first International Baccalaureate (IB) program and three new regional magnet programs for the 2017-2018 school year. Efforts are underway to establish the IB program at the middle and elementary school level. MDUSD also expanded its middle college program, College Now, now serving an additional 35 students.  Learn more at http://www.mdusd.org/.

 

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EL Assessment Center

Willow Creek Center

1026 Mohr Lane, Concord, CA 94518

FAX:  (925) 685-8590

Hours:  7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

 

TESTING BEGINS PROMPTLY AT 8:00 A.M.