VACAVILLE — One of the first stops for Sahar Mozan at Vacaville High School was Room 80. The classroom, on the edge of campus and with a view of the school’s farm, is lovingly called the campus’ “United Nations.”
It is where students who recently immigrated and speak little to no English are sent. If a new student indicates English is not the primary language spoken in their home they are given a language development test. If they do not score high enough they spend fifth and sixth period in Room 80, learning the language.