2015-16 Supplemental Education Services (SES)
In step 2 of a school improvement program, the district must offer opportunities for additional instruction -- supplemental educational services -- designed to increase academic achievement. SES are unique to schools that operate a Title I, Part A program, and available to students whose families qualify as low income and who rank as lowest-achieving.
2015-16 SES Provider Application, Assurances and Scoring Rubric
The law directs OSPI to identify a list of qualified SES providers able to offer remediation in reading, language arts and mathematics, and instruction able to improve the language proficiency English language learners (ELL). We will post the list of state-approved SES providers in August, 2015. Parents/guardians select the SES provider they feel is right for their child.
2014-15 SES information
Nate Marciochi, 360-725-6172.
SES Parent Satisfaction Survey — 2014-15 School Year
Federal law charges state educational agencies to monitor the delivery of supplemental educational services by state-approved providers. A
parent satisfaction survey is one method by which we monitor the effectiveness of SES tutoring services.
Letter Templates for Parent Notification and Forms for SES
SEDL — the National Center for Family and Community Connections with Schools — developed these sample notification letters for districts. Keep in mind that, once you edit these letters and forms from SEDL, the content might not comply with federal law. Toolkit for Title I Parental Involvement
Toolkit for Title I Parental Involvement
Strategies for Informing Parents and Implementing PSC and SES
Giving Parents Options (U.S. Department of Education, 2007)
This publication provides ideas and strategies for reaching parents and implementing the public school choice and SES provisions of No Child Left Behind.