Welcome ESOL Friends!
    ESOL stands for English to Speakers of Other Languages, a program to support students whose home language is one other than English. Effingham County is linguistically and culturally diverse and students at Marlow Elementary and Sand Hill Elementary speak Spanish, Tagalog, German, Swahili, Portuguese, Gujarati, Russian, and Creole among others. Our English Learners (ELs) make our schools a brighter place and we are so glad they are here!
    Want to learn more about ESOL or ELs? Check out my Parent ESOL Resources or Teacher ESOL Resources page for links to sites with information and resources. 
    Have more questions about ESOL at Marlow Elementary or Sand Hill Elementary? Contact me, Hays Hepburn ("Ms. H"), at mhepburn@effingham.k12.ga.us.
    Parents of ESOL students can also communicate with me and stay up-to-date on ESOL information by joining Remind! Parents of Marlow ESOL students can join at remind.com/join/mesesol or by texting @mesesol to 81010. Parents of Sand Hill ESOL students can join at remind.com/join/shesesol or by texting @shesesol to 81010.
    Ms. H with GLOW Club in Kasane, Botswana.
Last Modified on September 28, 2020