English as a Second Language

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Collaborating to Ensure Student Success

Sheryl Kimbro, Director of Migrant and ESL Programs

Amie Siebold, ESL Coordinator     
910-602-3334  ext. 2710
910-602-3036 fax

Laura Gutierrez (663-3547)
translates all documents, calls, and conferences into Spanish for Title I schools

Susannah Richardson (663-3552 office   and   604-2329 cell)
Migrant Recruiter and District Translator

Pender County School district has 8 ESL Teachers who serve approximately 340 students who are currently learning the English language. The native language for most students is either Mixteco (a Mexican indigenous language) or Spanish.

Monika Demecs
Heide Trask High School  (ESL & Migrant)

Liz Donnelly
*Burgaw Elementary, Burgaw Middle, West Pender Middle School

Melinda Daniels and Michelle Insco
Rocky Point Elementary

Tracey Podolinsky
*Cape Fear Middle School, Topsail Elementary, Topsail Middle, Topsail High

Melissa Richardson
*Pender High, Penderlea  (ESL & Migrant)

Ellen Sligh
*South Topsail Elementary, Cape Fear Elementary School, North Topsail Elementary 

Erin Worley
Malpass Corner Elementary School  (ESL & Migrant)

Mona Earney
Elementary School Migrant Educator

Amie Siebold
Lead ESL Teacher
Title III Literacy Coach
Middle School Migrant Educator

(*indicates base school)