- 2020-2021 Dual Language Immersion application for current kindergarten students opens December 2, 2019 and closes February 21, 2020.
- 2019-2020 Dual Language Immersion application for current 1st grade students opened December 3, 2018 and closed February 19, 2019. However, there may be spaced available at specific schools. (See list of schools below.) Please click on the link to fill out an application for current 1st grade students. If the school is already full, the student will be placed on a wait list.
- List of schools and application status
- Dual Language Immersion Information Video (English)
- Dual Language Immersion Information Video (Spanish)
Important Dates to RememberDecember 2, 2019 – Dual Immersion registration opens December to January – Parent registration information meetings held at the schools February 21, 2020 – Dual Immersion registration closes at 4:00 p.m. March 16, 2020 – Notification of selection in program (If you have not received notice by this date, please contact Sandi Crosby at 385-646-4530) March 27, 2020 – Parent Commitment Forms due to Granite District Office by 4:00 p.m.
If your child is currently in kindergarten, the online application for 2020-2021 opens December 2, 2019 and will close February 21, 2020. All eligible applications received before the deadline will be placed in the lottery for spaces available in the programs. You may still submit an application after the deadline, however, your child will be placed on a wait list according to the date of application. Some schools may continue to receive applications past the deadline if there are still spots available in the program. Please note that if you have a younger child with an older sibling already in the program, and you would like to enroll him/her in Dual Immersion, you must submit an application for that student by the deadline. Siblings have priority in the lottery process if the application is submitted on time. Keep in mind submitting an application does not guarantee placement.
Please note that if you do not live in the boundary of the school to which you apply, you must ALSO submit an open enrollment form to that school before the February 21, 2020 4:00 p.m. deadline in order for your application to be valid. Open enrollment forms are available at any school. Please also note that if your child is selected to attend a dual immersion school other than your home school and you are attending on special permit, any siblings not in the dual immersion program are not guaranteed acceptance of their special permit to the school. However, schools will attempt to accommodate families when space permits.
If your child is currently in 1st grade, please email Kerrie Neu and she will send you a link to the online application form. After filling out the form, iIf there is space currently available, you will be contacted to make the arrangements. Otherwise, your child will be placed on a wait list, and you will be contacted when a space becomes available. The following schools may have spots available for current 1st grade students: Spring Lane (Chinese), Diamond Ridge, (French), Morningside (French), and Mill Creek (Spanish).
If your child is currently in grades 2-6 and already speaks the target language, please contact the school directly to apply for any available spots.
If you wish to have your child tested for the West Kearns Gifted Dual Immersion Program, please contact Gail Dawson at 385-646-4620. Students from Gourley, Oquirrh Hills, South Kearns, Western Hills, Fox Hills and West Kearns Elementary will be tested in their neighborhood schools. Students who attend other schools must make arrangements to attend a testing session at the Granite Education Center, 2500 S. State Street, SLC, UT in the Spring.
Participation in a dual language immersion program is considered to be a comprehensive educational experience. Beginning in the first grade, paired English and target language teachers collaborate to support student mastery of both the core content standards and target language skills in a full day program. It is our expectation that students who participate in the language immersion experience participate fully in the school academic day and its prescribed instructional design.