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ELAC Resources

English Learner Support at HH

  • Dedicated English Learner Instructional Assistant
  • Learning Lab


State and School District Support

California Department of Education (ELAC)


San Ramon Valley Unified School District (English Learner Support Services)


Free Online Reading Program


HH ELAC Contacts

We are in need of a parent to be Chairperson for our ELAC program.  Please contact Pam, our ELD coordinator for more information or if you are interested!

English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC)

Welcome to ELAC at Hidden Hills!

We are here to support our English learner students and families.  We welcome the entire school community to the fun multi-cultural events that we host.

PDF Presentation from the
April 20, 2022 PTA Meeting


Role of the ELAC

ELAC provides parents of English learners with the opportunities to:

  • Learn about programs offered at school
  • Work with the principal and School Site Council (SSC) on effective programs and services to support English learners
  • Work with the principal and SSC on the development of services for English learners in the Balanced Score Card/Single Plan for Student Achievement (BSC/SPSA)
  • Assist in the development of the school’s needs assessment and efforts to make parents aware of the importance of regular school attendance
  • Send information via a site representative to DELAC (District English Learner Advisory Committee).


ELAC acts in an advisory capacity and not a decision-making body, but it is the voice of the English learner community.

spring 2021 international festival

International Festival

Spring 2019 ELAC Potluck & Cultural Festival

What is ELAC?

Each California public school from Kindergarten through 12th Grade with 21 or more English learners must form a functional English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC), which is a group comprised of parents, staff, and community members who want to advocate for English learners.

How Students Are Identified As English Learners

Students in Kindergarten through 12th Grade whose home language is not English are required by law to be assessed in English language proficiency. In California, English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC) are used starting 2017-2018 (transitioned from CELDT). ELPAC allows schools to identify students who need to improve their skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing in English.