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At RLOA, we celebrate cultural diversity as part of our cohesive community school project.  We are proud of participating in the full immersion to the English language of over 125 students enrolled in RLOA who at the same time contribute to our school community with the richness of their family culture.  Our RLOA staff is as talented and diverse as the student population they serve.  Two ESOL teachers provide services for these students who will be increasing their skills in the English language through the PBL approach. These teachers support to our ESOL students is essential in the development of their cultural and linguistic success.  


Science, Math, Social Studies and Language Arts are integrated in the ESOL class to ensure alignment between language development and the SC curriculum.  Accordingly to individual needs, students will be monitored, pull out for small group learning or assisted by the ESOL teacher in the mainstream classroom.  Our ESOL teachers communicate effectively with mainstream teachers in collaborative lesson planning that take place weekly in order to ensure that appropriate modifications and accommodations are being considered to meet the individual needs of common ESOL students. 


Meeting the individual needs of each learner is the core of RLOA's mission, striving toward South Carolina's goal of achieving excellence through individual successes with every child served. Our school fosters peer support among our students and community members.  For that reason, our ESOL Department and members of the RLOA community welcome our ESOL students.


Teacher Resources: From the SCDE

ESOL Add-on Certificate Requirements (78 KB PDF)

South Carolina ESOL Standards (281 KB PDF)

Individualized Modifications/Accommodations Plan (443 KB PDF)

Performance Level Discriptors Chart, K-12 (167 KB PDF)

SC Academic Standards ESOL Support Document (144 KB PDF)

ESOL Standards and PLD Correlation Chart (272 KB PDF)

SC ELA Academic Standards and PLD Correlation Charts (1822 KB PDF)

ESOL Resources: General, Literacy and Web-based (222KB PDF)

ESOL eMedia Updates 2011-12 Schedule SCETV Town Meetings (43 KB PDF)

etv StreamlineSC Past ESOL ITV and eMedia Town Meetings (Requires a login, once logged in, type ESOL Updates in the search box to locate ESOL shows)

Instructions on How to Obtain a StreamlineSC Passcode (66KB PDF)

eMedia and ITV Town Meeting Evaluation Form (53 KB PDF)

The Royal Live Oaks Academy of the Arts & Sciences Charter School is authorized by the South Carolina Department of Education through the South Carolina Public Charter School District (SCPCSD). Royal Live Oaks Academy of Arts and Sciences Public Charter School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, disability, age, religion, immigrant status, or national origin in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and Other designated youth groups. For questions pertaining to:
1. Precious Barr - Director for Guidance & Careers, 843-784-2630
2. Kattia Chaves-Herrera - Director for Title I, III (ESOL), and VI, 843-784-2630
3. Dana Anderson- Operations & Personnel Manager, 843-784-2630
4. Shalonda Toomer - SPED Coordinator, 843-784-2630
5. Amy Kaufman - Elementary Director & RtI Coordinator, *843-784-2630
6. Terri James-Moss - Director for Middle-High & Curriculum, *843-784-2630*
7. Mary Morse - Registrar & PowerSchool Administrator, 843-784-2630
8. Dr. Karen Wicks - Executive Director/Principal 843-784-2630
9. Brian Morse, Chief Academic Officer, 843-784-2630
10. All of the above persons may be reached by mail at the following address: PO Box 528, Hardeeville, SC 29927
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