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Specialized Programs

Mission

Our goal is to provide support programs and services for all CUSD English Language Learners, Preschool through Grade 12, and their families by coordinating with site and district staff, as well as with local, county, state and federal agencies. Expected outcomes include increased rates of student success, literacy, fluency in English, positive self-esteem, stability and positive changes in family life circumstances. 

Location

The Specialized Programs Office is located at 498 Kelly Ave, Half Moon Bay

Staff Support Directory

Specialized  staff members are multi-funded from the following sources: Title I, Title III, LCAP and Common Core Funding. For assistance please contact us.

Title Name Contact
Director of Categorical Programs Irene Preciado 712-7118
Administrative Assistant-
Migrant & Specialized Programs
Miriam Serrano-Gandara 712-7142
Migrant Program Coordinator   Rosalva Segura 712-7129
Family Services Specialist Mayra Rodriguez 712-7149
Migrant Pre-K Educator Maira Chavez 712-7149
Migrant Pre-K Educator Graciela Krabbenschmidt 712-7149
Migrant Pre-K Educator                                     Yudi Haro   712-1005
Migrant Pre-K Educator Yaneth Carillo 712-1005
Certified Application Assistant Health Insurance Programs Emma Moctezuma 712-7178
Bilingual Community Relations Assistants
El Granada Elementary School Aurora Doncov 712-7151
Farallone View Elementary School Ana Carrillo 712-7238
Hatch Elementary School Elizabeth Murillo 712-7160 ext. 5003
Cunha Intermediate School Isabel Anguiano 712-5185
Half Moon Bay High School Anahi Hernandez 712-7200 x 5010
Pilarcitos High School Jeannette Ramos 712-7224 ext 5100
StarVista Personnel
Community Worker Lizette Solis 650 207-6495
Clinician Linda Mora 650-208-1627

updated 2/7/18

Programs for English Language Learners (ELL)

Opciones del Programa para los Principiantes inglés delenguaje

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ELAC and DELAC

ELAC is a school specific advisory committee for Spanish-speaking families where they can voice concerns, ask questions, and learn more about how to become involved their student’s education. DELAC is is a district overview advisory committee.

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Funding

Regulations and Policies