Orgulloso(a) de ser Bilingüe/Proud to be Bilingual Essay Contest

Teachers-Enter your students in the Student Essay Contest by June 1, 2015.

First-Second-Third Place Cash Prizes awarded to students in 3 Categories:

Elementary       3rd – 5th Grades
Middle           6th – 8th Grades
High School      9th – 12th Grades

See the Essay Contest page to download instructions and applications and get your students writing now!

CABE Café

Saturday, April 11th

9:00-12:00

CABE Café presents

Heather Villalobos Pavia, Certified WIDA Trainer, will lead a workshop on:

Differentiating Academic Language for Emerging Bilingual Students

This hands-on and informative workshop is FREE to CABE Members – Non-Members pay just $5

Hanson Elementary School

7133 E. 73rd Avenue

Commerce City, CO

CABE Scholarships Available for 2015

CABE Scholarships worth $2,500 each are available for undergraduate and graduate students.  If you are seeking to begin or further your education and are planning to become a Bilingual teacher or a teacher of the culturally and linguistically diverse emerging bilingual students in Colorado get more information here. 2015_CABE_Scholarship_Applications REV

Graduating high school students as well as currently enrolled undergraduate students are eligible to apply.  The deadline is March 15, 2015 so download this application now. 2015 CABE Undergraduate Scholarship

Graduate students seeking a higher degree or those seeking an additional endorsement are eligible to apply for the $2,500 scholarship.  The process is quick and simple.  Click on this link for your graduate application. 2015_CABE Graduate Scholarship

CABE Grant Awarded to Godsman Bilingual Teacher

“Nuestras Recetas de Familia Writing Project” is the name of the project envisioned by Caitlin Goodson who is a fourth grade Bilingual teacher at Godsman Elementary in Denver Public Schools.  Goodson, along with fellow fourth grade Bilingual teacher Janet Cedillo will be conducting after-school workshops with students from both of their fourth grade classroom and their families.  They have already recruited 2 parents to help conduct the workshops in which families will come together to write recipes and the family stories behind them.  The final product will be more than a cookbook.  It will be both a collection of recipes that carries the stories and culture of the participating families.  The $1,300 grant from CABE will allow the teachers to provide the workshops and to publish the books so that each family can have a copy of their writing project.  This is how las maestras Goodson y Cedillo are promoting Bilingualism, Biliteracy, and Biculturalism with CABE’s support.