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Supplemental Educational Services (SES)

What are supplemental educational services?
Supplemental Educational Services (SES) are additional academic instruction designed to increase the academic achievement of students in schools in need of improvement. These services may include academic assistance such as tutoring, remediation and other educational interventions, provided that such approaches are consistent with the content and instruction used by the local educational agency (LEA) and are aligned with the State’s academic content standards. SES must be provided outside of the regular school day. Supplemental Educational Services must be high quality, research-based, and specifically designed to increase student academic achievement.

Who is eligible to receive SES?
Eligible students are all students from low-income families who attend Title I schools that are in their second year of school improvement, in corrective action, or in restructuring. Eligibility is not dependent on whether a student is a member of a subgroup that did not make AYP or whether a student is in a grade that takes the statewide assessments required by Section 1111 of the ESEA.

If the funds available are insufficient to provide SES to each eligible student whose parent requests those services, an LEA must give priority to the lowest-achieving eligible students. In this situation, the LEA should use objective criteria to determine which students are the lowest-achieving. For example, the LEA may focus services on the lowest-achieving eligible students in the subject area that resulted in the school being identified for improvement, corrective action, or restructuring. The services should be tailored to meet the instructional needs of eligible students in order to increase their academic achievement.

“Provision 2” and “Provision 3” of the National School Lunch Program allow schools that offer students lunches at no charge, regardless of the students’ economic status, to certify students as eligible for free or reduced price lunches. For the purpose of identifying students as eligible for SES, school officials may deem all students in Provision 2 and Provision 3 schools as “low-income.” However, LEAs must give priority to serving the lowest-achieving eligible students if the level of demand for SES exceeds the level that available funds can support.

Click here for SES Participation Data.

The following schools have been designated eligible to receive these services:  Canyon Crest, Chaparral, Cypress, Date, Palmetto, Randall Pepper, Redwood, and West Randall Elementary Schools and Almeria, Fontana, Ruble, Sequoia, Southridge, and Truman Middle Schools.

If you decide that you want to enroll your child in the SES program, applications must be returned to your child's school or district office by Monday, November 7, 2011. This is the final opportunity for the 2011-12 school year.

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