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Teachers address need for ELD program reform

The English Language Development (ELD) program has had students taking classes they were not prepared for and exams with little knowledge of the English language. These issues lead to teachers and students voicing concerns of the lack of support. English teacher Wesley Swedlow has several ELD students in his college preparatory classes, six of whom are in the beginning level

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Students and teachers weigh benefits of online courses

Russian, Japanese, Calligraphy, Nutrition, Interior Design, Child Development and specialized math classes; what do these courses have in common? None of them are offered at San Marin. Brigham Young University Independent Study High School Courses is a program that offers online classes to students. This program is used for students who travel frequently, are homebound due to illness, move often

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Special Education teacher Don Hille retires

After finishing his fifth year at San Marin, Special Education teacher Don Hille will retire. “I am grateful to be finishing my career here at San Marin,” Hille said. He emphasized his appreciation for the staff and students in the school community, stating that his colleagues’ support has encouraged him to put effort into his work. “There is an atmosphere

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