Kindergarten Requirements:

  1. Completed Elementary Pathway Awards Application due by November 1st to building sponsor
  2. Demonstrated age-appropriate proficiency in English literacy determined by meeting or nearing grade-level expectations (Native English Speakers) or demonstrated progress toward proficiency in English literacy determined by ACCESS test results (English Language Learners).
  3. Completed monthly reading/activity log illustrating use/study of a language other than English in the home or community (minimum 15 minutes per week).

3rd Grade Requirements:

  1. Completed Elementary Pathway Awards Application due by November 1st to building sponsor
  2. Demonstrated age-appropriate proficiency in English literacy determined by meeting or nearing grade-level expectations (Native English Speakers) or demonstrated progress toward proficiency in English literacy determined by ACCESS test results (English Language Learners).
  3. Completed monthly reading/activity log illustrating use/study of a language other than English in the home or community (minimum 30 minutes per week).

6th Grade Requirements:

  1. Completed Elementary Pathway Awards Application due by November 1st to building sponsor
  2. Demonstrated age-appropriate proficiency in English literacy determined by meeting or nearing grade-level expectations (Native English Speakers) or demonstrated progress toward proficiency in English literacy determined by ACCESS test results (English Language Learners).
  3. Completed monthly reading/activity log illustrating use/study of a language other than English in the home or community (minimum 45 minutes per week).
  4. Created a Multimedia presentation due the last Monday of April in which students:
    1. Described and related their school/community service experiences
    2. Reflected on the importance and benefits of bilingualism

8th Grade Requirements:

  1. Completed Middle School Pathway Awards Application due by November 1st to building sponsor 
  2. Demonstrated proficiency in English literacy by achieving a grade B- or higher in English Language Arts (Native English Speakers) or demonstrated progress toward proficiency in English literacy determined by ACCESS test results (English Language Learners).
  3. Demonstrated progress toward proficiency in a Language other than English determined by a grade of B- or higher in a Modern Language course or completed monthly reading/activity log illustrating use/study of a language other than English in the home or community (minimum 60 minutes per week).
  4. Submitted one-page essay in which students:
    1. Described and related school/community service experiences                 
    2. Reflected on the importance and benefits of bilingualism

 


 

LSR7 Pathway Awards Building Sponsors

LSR7 Elementary Schools Building Sponsors:

LSR7 Middle Schools Building Sponsors: