About Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Program

  • Coeur d’Alene School District is committed to ensuring the LEP students identified; a) Attain English Proficiency within the Department of Education guidelines of five years of their initial enrollment, b) develop high levels of academic attainment in core subject areas as measured by grades, attendance and graduation goals, c) meet the same challenging state academic standards as measured by IRI on grade level and ISAT 2.0 proficiency.

    The Coeur d’Alene School District identifies possible LEP students through registration cards that identify the first language spoken by the student; by parent or teacher referral and confirmed through a Home Language Survey. A student may be considered for LEP services, if they have a home language other than English and test below the proficient level for English language acquisition on a state-approved test. 

LEP Contact Information

First Name: Last Name: Title: Email: Phone:
Anna Wilson Director of Title Programs awilson@cdaschools.org 208-664-8241
Ruth Hawley LEP Teacher rhawley@cdaschools.org 208-664-8241
Brenda Valentine LEP Teacher bvalentine@cdaschools.org 208-664-8241