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Dual Language Immersion

Dual Language Immersion

Dual Language Immersion

Our 2018/19 INCOMING DUAL meeting shares important details for new families who would like the opportunity to have their students enter into the Dual Immersion Program.

Meeting #1- January 24, 2018 at 6pm ** This is the ONLY meeting that will be held off campus at Norco High School**

Norco High School

2065 Temescal Ave

Norco,CA 92860


Meeting dates and times hosted by Garretson Elementary

Garretson Elementary Classroom Visit- January 29,2018 at 9am

Garretson Elementary Meeting #2 - February 7, 2018 at 6pm

Garretson Elementary Classroom Visit- February 16,2018 at 9am

Garretson Elementary Meeting #3 - March 7, 2018 at 6pm

Garretson Elementary Classroom Visit-March 14,2018 at 9am

 Dual Language Immersion Teachers 2017-2018

Transitional Kindergarten - Mrs. Moll

Kindergarten - Mrs. Macias

Kindergarten - Mrs. Segundo

1st Grade - Ms. Guerrero 

1st Grade- Mrs. Carillo

2nd Grade - Mrs. Bakovic

2nd Grade- Mrs. Arzaga

3rd Grade - Mrs. Gallardo

3rd Grade - Mrs. Martinez & Mrs. Sanchez

4th Grade - Mrs. Penhall

4th Grade - Ms. Reynoso

5th Grade - Ms. Licea

5th Grade - Ms. Madrid

6th Grade - Mrs. Alfaro

6th Grade - Mrs. Bugarin


Entering Transitional Kindergarten or Kindergarten students who speak either Spanish or English


Students will achieve academic excellence (in Spanish and English) becoming bilingual, biliterate and bicultural.


-Language learning is natural for young children

-Language learning challenges mental development

-Language learning prepares students for the demands of the 21st century


This program affords students the opportunity to learn both the Spanish and English languages in a proficient manner. The program reflects the 90:10 model where the instructional day consists of 90% Spanish and 10% English in Kindergarten. Each year, the amount of English instruction increases by 10% and Spanish instruction decreases by 10%. By the time students are in the fourth grade, they are instructed 50% of their day in English and 50% of their day in Spanish. At the secondary level, instruction consists of approximately 30% Spanish and 70% English instruction.


  • Additive Bilingualism
  • Students gain a new language and maintain their native language
  • High Academic Achievement
  • Increases job opportunities for many careers.
  • Promotes critical and creative thinking
  • Students fulfill language requirements for high school and university
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