WEST COLUMBIA, SC – Lexington Two celebrated 35 multilingual learners this week who mastered the WIDA ACCESS English proficiency assessment.
The students were recognized at a reception at the Lexington Two Innovation Center earlier this week, attended by families, friends, and Lexington Two teachers and administrators.
ACCESS is an English language proficiency test that measures students' academic English language skills. A child identified as a multilingual learner can have instruction in English, in addition to taking other classes.
The following Lexington Two students were recognized:
Airport High School: Victor Guzman, Katrina Perez Ruiz, Monica Fajardo, Jennifer Diaz Montalvo, Armando Tenjhay Garcia
Cayce Elementary: Eh Say, Elizabeth Roblero Perez, Caleb Ramirez, Nataly Agudo Colon, Josue Jurado Guzman
Congaree Elementary: Jennifer Alarcon Bautista, Prisli Ortega, Danitza Perez Escobar, Alexander Villeda Estrada
Fulmer Middle: Darwin Yllescas Miravete
Northside Middle: Iker Alonzo Cruz
Pine Ridge Middle: Leonardo Ortiz Rojas, Cristian Muniz Zapata
Riverbank Elementary: Eyad Abdelhamid, Sherlyn Carreto Velasco, Steven Flores Sanches, Luis Jose Diaz, Juanita Lopez, Jennifer Ortiz Lopez, Katherine Guzman Garcia, Kyle Hat, Josue Mendez Salas, Victor Valdes Ramos, Isai Vasquez Montoya, Thaily Velazquez Puac, Nathan Zuniga Hernandez
Saluda River Academy for the Arts: Bianca Noyola Palacios, Danielle Guevara Sanchez, Jonathan Lopez Lopez
Wood Elementary: Evelyn Mata Barradas