P. Hahn, Home Buyer in Morris County, NJ

I hear there are ESL classes in Bergenfield, for those for whom English is not their native tongue Is this so?

Asked by P. Hahn, Morris County, NJ Mon Sep 15, 2008

If so, are these classes for children or for adults, or both?

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you may be confusing 2 programs here. Most school districts have ESL classes for at least the elementary schools. They may not offer the program at all schools but you should enquire of the school district.
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this is from the boro's website:

PUBLIC LIBRARY AND INFORMATION CENTER in Bergenfield will shortly be unveling their new facility. In addition to the endless amount of books available, there are lectures, films, children's story hours, summer reading clubs, crafts, videos, compact discs, audio cassettes, copier machines, art exhibits, and a reference and information department. Also, there is an ESL program (English as a Second Language) for the many newcomers in this country. Be sure to stop by to apply for a Library Card. Be sure to watch the Twin Boro News for the date of their grand opening.

hope this helps~
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I know that the local libraries in NJ have started a one on one ESL program for area residents. Here in Ocean County it's free. If you're in Bergen contact the Bergen County Library or the Bergen County Clerk's office.

Laura Giannotta
Keller Williams Atlantic Shore
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Try contacting the Bd of Ed, or the library. Usually one of those groups is the sponsor of the classes. You can also go to the town's website and check there.

Sharon Kozinn
Web Reference: http://sharonkozinn.com
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