Justin Fisk has served as the Director of World Languages and ELL at Adlai E. Stevenson High School District 125 in Lake County, Illinois, for the past four years, where his role is to support close to 40 teachers and paraprofessionals. In addition to a robust ELL program serving a student population with close to 60 home languages, his district has Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Latin, and Spanish programs. D125 has been a leader in Illinois’ implementation of the Seal of Biliteracy, with nearly 20% of graduates earning this distinction over the past few years. Justin has taught both Spanish and German at a number of schools in the Chicago area and in Montgomery County, Maryland. Professional development, team-driven instructional innovation, and the creation and implementation of programming that drives all students toward success are some of his professional interests.
Central States Conference (CSCTFL) Director of World Languages and ELL
Adlai E. Stevenson High School District 125
Frank Ruggiero Northeast Conference (NECTFL) World Languages & ESL Coordinator Nutley Public Schools 300 Franklin Avenue Nutley, NJ 07110 973.661.8823
Paris Granville, the K-12 World Language curriculum leader for the Bellevue, Washington School District. In addition to teaching all grade levels, she edited Learning Languages, the refereed journal of the National Network for Early Language Learning. She is the former Washington State Supervisor for World Language and International Education. She is a graduate of the Danforth Educational Leadership Program and holds an M.A. in French Literature. She has authored three thematic units for teachers of Spanish and French, Unos animalitos astutos, Mitos del mundo azteca, Au café. The Iowa World Language Teacher of the year in 1995, she was filmed by WBGH Boston for the ACTFL standards project in 2005. She runs the World Language competency testing program for the Bellevue School district. Last school year, she was proud to award the Seal of Biliteracy to 1834 amazing students in Bellevue. She currently collaborating with teachers to bridge Second Language Acquisition to the realities of the K-12 classroom.
Paris Granville Pacific Northwest Council for Languages (PNCFL) K-12 World Language Developer
Bellevue School District
12111 NE 1st Street
Bellevue, WA 98005
Southern Conference (SCOLT) World Language Specialist Savannah-Chatham County Public School System 208 Bull Street, Room 219 Savannah, GA 31401 912.395.1610
Southwest Conference (SWCOLT) K-12 World Languages Coordinator
Round Rock ISD
1311 Round Rock Ave.
Round Rock, TX 78681