Fischer parents worry school might lose community feel
ELMHURST – A group of Elmhurst residents continue to question if the current English Language Learners program at Conrad Fischer is the best option for students and staff.
“When we started to see diversity come into our neighborhoods, it wasn’t two years ago,” lifelong Elmhurst resident Bill Sullivan said. “It wasn’t five years ago. We saw this in the mid-’90s.”
That’s when Sullivan said Fischer parents and teachers began working together to build a strong, united community. Sullivan, a father of nine children, worries the newly implemented self-contained English Language Learner classrooms could threaten the sense of community he admires about Fischer.
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