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Washington Early Learning Center
What is a Two-Way Immersion Program?

Two-Way Immersion programs integrate native English speaking students with native Spanish speaking students. Academic instruction is presented in both languages. Social and academic learning occurs in an environment that values the language and culture of all students and sets high standards to reach the goal of achieving academic success in both English and Spanish.

Classrooms are comprised of 50% native English speakers and 50% Spanish speakers. This ratio enables students to be language models and second language learners.


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CBS Airs Washington's Farewell to Principal
CBS airs Washington School's farewell video to Principal Mary Beth Licke: https://t.co/0O1B553uIH Read on...
Farewell to a Great Leader
After 37 years in education, Washington Early Learning Center principal Mary Beth Licke will retire. From 5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday, May 16 at Washington, the Board of Education invites the community to bid farewell to Mrs. Licke. Read on...
Budding Artists
Students from Mundelein School District 75 displayed dozens of artwork at the MHS Art Show. Read on...
Board Approves Two-Way Immersion Program
Mundelein Elementary School District 75 is beginning a Two-Way Immersion program in kindergarten next August. Read on...

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