English as a New Language
Welcome written in other languages with greyscale globe in background

Welcome!  The purpose of the English as a New Language program in Washington Township Schools is to cultivate equitable learning experiences for our emerging multilingual students.  Our ENL program supports students as they engage in all domains of language acquisition (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) within meaningful contexts.  We honor all cultures, heritages, and languages as valued assets of our community, and we believe all students can grow in their English proficiency and thrive in content-area courses.

Allisonville ElementarySarah Hunt317-845-9441
Clearwater ElementaryApiradee Ngamkamolrat317-259-5465
Crooked Creek ElementaryCristina Barry317-259-5478
Fox Hill Elementary
Carol Pierbon-Hofer317-259-5371
Ashley Ballweg317-259-5371
Greenbriar Elementary
Nate Lee317-259-5445
Caroline Haywood317-259-5445
Nora Elementary
Ali Fleischer317-844-5436
Krystal Wilson-Vermillion317-844-5436
Ellen Hon317-844-5436
Spring Mill Elementary
Jenn Switalski317-259-5462
Angela McGaughey317-259-5462
Willow Lake Elementary
Scott Haber317-280-3701
Gretchen Eaton317-280-3701
Cristina Vasquez317-280-3701
Eastwood MiddleSarah Pritts317-259-5401
Northview Middle
Audra Rasmussen317-259-5421
Angel Pickett-Chilton317-259-5421
Westlane Middle
Kimberly Northrup317-259-5412
Liz Kemp317-259-5412
Cori Neff317-259-5412
North Central High School
Dane Butts317-259-5301
Janet Eichenberger317-259-5301
Traci Vermillion317-259-5301
Heidi Hoopingarner317-259-5301

Our Washington Township Schools’ Community Resources Padlet is updated regularly and provides a vast array of resources for multilingual families, including:

  • Translated forms, fact sheets, & videos
  • Local organizations with full-time multilingual staff members
  • Information on citizenship classes, immigrant legal services, & English classes
  • And much more!