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									   Supplemental
Educational Services
 College Park Elementary 2010-2011
What is Supplemental
Educational Services?
No Child Left Behind (NCLB)

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

Supplemental Educational Services (SES)

Free extra academic assistance, tutoring, that is
made available to eligible students.

This free tutoring can be provided at the school,
home, community places and online.
    Student Eligibility

Open to students receiving for free/reduced
lunch assistance.

If funds are available students that are “at risk
of failing” may also receive tutoring free of
charge.
         Who is Eligible to Receive Supplemental Educational
                        Services in 2010-2011?
   Students in a Title I School in
   Improvement are selected for
   participation in SES with the
   following priorities:                               All Title I Schools
  - all low income students
                                                           Schools in School
                                                              Improvement
  - if sufficient funds are not available
    to serve all eligible students,
    priority must be given to the lowest      Schools in Year 2    Year 1 Pilot Schools
    achieving students                       or advanced status

  -if all low income students that
    request services are served, a school            Low-income Students
    may serve students that are not low
    income, but who are at risk of Eligible Students
    failing.
                        Priority (Eligible) Students    Lowest achieving,
                                                       low-income students
USED SES Non-Regulatory Guidance, G-13
      NCLB Section 1116(b)(10)(C)
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Parent Responsibilities
All parents will receive a SES Parent Guide with an
application. (only free and reduced will be eligible)

Parents will be invited to attend the SES provider fair
on October 19, 2010.

Enroll their child in SES during the enrollment window.
October 14 – November 5, 2010

Return application to school via the classroom teacher.

Discuss academic goals with SES provider and
classroom teacher.
Parent Responsibilities
Arrange transportation . (The school does not provide
transportation.)

Ensure their child attends each session.

Maintain contact with the SES provider to check on
the progress of their child.

Parent’s will be able to select their 1st, 2nd and 3rd
choice for providers including selection of one subject
and their tutoring location.
 Parent Responsibilities


Tutoring limit based on funding

Addition of other providers that are available
                Parent Rights

*   receive timely notification indicating a child’s eligibility for SES
    services;



•   receive assistance selecting a provider;



•   receive notification from providers regarding the progress of their
    child;
            Parent Rights
change or terminate services with a provider;



be notified by the school division if the child is not attending
services regularly; and



protect the privacy of their child by refraining to give written
permission to the school division to disclose student information
to providers.
Teachers Assisting Parents in
    Choosing a Provider
What grade level?

What subject? Our providers offer services in
reading, math and a few in science.

One to one or small group setting?

Do you have transportation to pick up your
child?
 Assisting Parents in
 Choosing a Provider
Preferred location for tutoring - home, school or
community?

Online providers? Do you already have an
internet provider?

What are the tutor qualifications?

Are they able to service the needs of your child?
SpEd or ESL
    Student Learning
      Assessment
Parents will have to give input as to student
needs to the providers

Parents are welcome to visit tutoring sessions in
which their child participates.

Parents are encouraged to communicate with
tutors.
    Accommodations

Most of our providers accept students with IEP /
504 accommodations

A copy of the student’s IEP (the relevant
section) may be given to the provider with
parents’ written consent
     Important Dates
Parent Guides will go home - October 14, 2010

Parent SES Provider Fair - October 19, 2010
6:30 - 8:30

Open Enrollment first session - October 14 -
November 5, 2010 - send returned forms to the
office immediately

Open Enrollment second session - November 8,
2010 - February 11, 2011

Tutoring will begin November 29, 2010 in the
school
Questions

								
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