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Our Mission

Cobb County School District (CCSD) ESOL Program mission is to help ensure the English language development and academic success of English Learners (ELs).

The ESOL Program aims to work with all teachers at all grade levels and administrators of ELs to provide high-quality instructional programs designed to develop proficiency in English, while meeting challenging State academic content and student academic achievement standards.

Our Belief

All ELs will succeed and will have equal access to opportunities to achieve academic excellence.

ESOL Program Goals

  • Increase our collaborative network with content area stakeholders to positively impact instructional practices for ELs throughout the district.

  • Use state and local performance data to support the implementation of differentiated and engaging instruction.

  • Provide district-wide, ESOL specific parent and family engagement training opportunities to support academic achievement while building a culturally connected community.

Tiffany Honoré
Director of Federal Programs

Gaetana DeAngelo
P: 770-437-5933
F:  678-503-0180

Dr. Elizabeth Webb
Supervisor of ESOL/Title III Program
P: 770-426-3410

María Barnette
Bilingual Secretary
P: 770-426-3410

To Be Determined
Evaluation Specialist
P:  770-426-3410

Sinneshia Byrdsong
Grant Technician
P:  678-331-8142

Sean Bagley

Jeffrey Chandler

 Arleen Folorunsho

Camelle Simmons

Roxanne Stewart

Luly Kure
Support Facilitator

Vani Arcuragi
Parent Resource Specialist

Martha D’Arcy
Parent Resource Specialist

Alfredo Mieles
Family & Community Support Facilitator

Mercedes Reilly
Parent Resource Specialist

Lydia Marcum
Parent Resource Specialist

Lourdes Garcia Padilla
Parent Resource Specialist

Sandra Weston
Family & Community Support Facilitator

Monica Delancy
Parent Resource Specialists 

Mission Statement

Cobb County School District (CCSD) Family and Community Engagement Program mission is to help ensure that parents of LEP and immigrant children and youth get assistance in helping their children to improve their academic achievement and become active participants in the education of their children.


To be the district leader in Georgia in providing community participation programs, family literacy services, and parent outreach and training activities to limited English proficient children and their families.


All EL parents would like their children to succeed academically; therefore, by equipping parents with the right skills and tools through training and workshops, CCSD Parent Involvement Program ensures a committed partnership among teachers, administrators, and parents to ensure EL students’ academic success.

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