Interpretation and Translation Services

  • You are an important part of your child’s education. Schools must communicate with all parents in a language they can understand. This includes notifying limited-English proficient parents—in a language they can understand—about all programs, services, and activities that are called to the attention of other parents. You have the right to these services even if you speak some English and even if your child can speak or read in English. This includes information about:

    • Registration and enrollment in school

    • Grades, academic standards, and graduation

    • School rules and student discipline

    • Attendance, absences, and withdrawal

    • Parent permission for activities or programs

    • School closures

    • Opportunities to access programs or services—including highly capable, advanced placement, and English language learner programs

    • Special education and services for students with disabilities

    • Language interpreter for meetings and conversations about your child's education

Contact

  • Blanca Inhof
    District-wide Translator 
    Certified Special Education Interpreter
    484-258-7101 Ext. 60213

    Gladys Mendez
    District-wide Translator 
    Certified Special Education Interpreter
    484-258-7101 Ext. 60111