Spanish Dual Language Program
Bilingual Education Programs are designed to allow English language learners who share a common home language to access the State’s general curriculum and improve their proficiency of both English and their native language. Pflugerville Independent School District has implemented a Dual Language program model to address the instructional needs of English Language Learners.
Dual Language Programs can be implemented through One-Way and Two-Way models. One-way programs consist of native Spanish speakers only. They are all collectively learning English, one way: from Spanish to English. Two-way programs consist of both native Spanish speakers and native English speakers. Both groups are learning a second language, two ways: from English to Spanish and Spanish to English.
There are ten bilingual campuses in Pflugerville ISD with One-Way Dual Language Programs for English Language Learners in PK-5. The campuses are Parmer Lane, Copperfield, Caldwell, Highland Park, Wilhelmina Delco Elementary, Dessau, Spring Hill, River Oaks, Pflugerville Elementary and Ruth Barron Elementary.
Two-Way Programs are provided at Caldwell, Highland Park, Mott (up to second grade) and Ruth Barron Elementary.