• 274 Seals of Biliteracy for 2020!



    Welcome to a new school year. We are excited as always about the new prospect this year may have for us. Please, do not hesitate to contact the Department if you have any questions, ideas, or suggestions. Thank you!

    Bienvenidos a un nuevo año escolar. Estamos muy entusiasmados sobre el prospecto que nos pueda traer este año. Por favor, no dude en ponerse en conta cto con el Departamento si usted tiene preguntas, ideas o sugerencias .¡Gracias!

     274 Seals of Biliteracy for 2020!

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    To promote student achievement by fostering academic excellence and nurturing their humanity.


    To be the leader in the state of New Jersey in bilingual and world languages education.

    Mr. Rogelio Suarez
    Director of Bilingual/ESL and World Languages
    Phone: (732) 376-6200 ext. 30-260
    Mrs. Janet Warbeck - Supervisor P-4
    Email:  jwarbeck@paps.net 
    Phone: (732) 376-6200 ext. 30-265
    Mrs. Bonnie Molina - Supervisor 5-12
    Email:  bmolina@paps.net
    Phone: (732) 376-6200 ext. 30-266
    Ms. Ginia Sanchez - Secretary
    Email:  ginisanchez@paps.net
    Phone: (732) 376-6200 ext. 30-261
    Ms. Mabel Lamourt - Secretary
    Email:  mabelamourt@paps.net
    Phone: (732) 376-6200 ext. 30-262
    Mrs. Amarilis Peralta-Raju Parent Liaison 
    Email:  AMARPERALTARAJU@paps.net 
    Phone: (732) 376-6200 ext. 30-263
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    The ONLY Free Standing
    Dual Language Public Schools in the State of New Jersey!

    A Model Program recognized by the State of New Jersey (2004-2006 & 2008-2010)
    Goals of the Bilingual/ESL Program:
    • To provide native language instruction in all content area subjects while students are acquiring English.
    • To teach ESL and English language arts literacy so that students will be able to communicate in English and achieve academically in English.
    • To provide instruction by bilingual teachers with special training and certification in meeting the linguistic, cultural, emotional and academic needs of second language learners.
    • To promote acculturation into American society while respecting and appreciating the language and culture of the students and their families.
    • To ensure systematic assessment of student progress in English acquisition and academic learning, through a variety of measures.
    • To encourage and support the involvement of parents in classroom, school, and district programs.
    • To facilitate the transition of students from the Bilingual Program into the General Program when they are ready as determined by multiple measures.