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ESL Staff and ACS ESL Plan
Ashe County Schools ESL Staff
  • Cynthia Coldiron - ACHS and WWES
  • Lisa Sibaja - MVES and AELC
  • Kathy Evans - ACMS and BRES
Cynthia Coldiron - Westwood Elementary
My name is Cynthia Yates Coldiron and I am the ESL teacher for Westwood Elementary School.†I grew up in Ashe County and went to Ashe County Schools until I†graduated from Beaver Creek High School in West†Jefferson, NC in 1988. Then, it was off to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,†where†I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish in 1991.† I completed my teacher certification at†Lenoir Rhyne College.† Finally, I received†my Masters degree in Instructional Technology from Appalachian State University in 2006.† Click here to read more.
Lisa Sibaja - Mountain View Elementary

My name is Lisa Sibaja and I work at Mountain View Elementary School. My teaching experiences include working with grades PreK-12 in art, theater, foreign language and English as a Second Language. After teaching ESL in Maryland, Virginia, and overseas, I am returning to my home state of North Carolina to work with children in Ashe County. I want to help students enjoy learning, gain confidence in their ability to communicate, and achieve their academic and personal goals.
Kathy Evans - ACMS, ACHS
My name is Kathy Evans and I am the ESL teacher for two schools: Blue Ridge Elementary School and Ashe County Middle School.† This is my nineteenth year in education. I have a Bachelorís Degree in English/Secondary Education and a Masterís Degree in Library Science from Appalachian State University.†† I am certified to teach English as a Second Language. (ESL), library media, English 9-12, and middle grades language arts.††

In 2009, I transitioned from being a school librarian to an ESL teacher.† As a librarian I loved helping English Language Learners and getting to know the families of children from different countries.† One day I received a card from a student thanking me for helping her with her English when she was a newcomer to this country. This caused me to consider how I could make a difference in another area of education.

It is a huge responsibility and honor to be entrusted with teaching English to speakers of other languages.† I am fortunate to have a job that challenges and fulfills me every day.
Contacts
+ Coldiron, Cynthia
+ Evans, Kathy
+ Peterson, Sandra
+ Sibaja, Lisa
Click on name to see details.

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