Supplemental Educational Services (FREE
Supplemental Education Services (SES) is a federal program defined by No Child
Left Behind (NCLB). Students who qualify for free or reduced priced lunch and
attend schools in School Improvement II or Corrective Action may apply for free tutoring in Reading, Mathematics and Science through
Supplemental Education Services (SES).
Our district has
been identified for improvement because it has not made Adequate Yearly
Progress on state measures of academic achievement for at least two years.
Our District's Report Card show how your child's school compares
to other schools in our district and state.
family may have qualified for FREE TUTORING under the Supplemental Education
Help your child succeed by signing up for
Before You Apply:
- Review the information provided in the provider list.
- Before making a choice, talk with providers over the
telephone or arrange to meet with them to discuss your child’s needs.
Question for Families to Ask Providers:
- When and where will the tutoring take place (i.e. at
school or a community center)?
- How often and for how many hours in total will my child
- What programs, by grade levels and subject areas, are
available for my child?
- What type of instruction will the tutor use (small
group, on-on-one, or the computer)?
- What are the tutor's qualifications?
- Can the tutor help, if my child has disabilities or is
- Is transportation available to and from where
the tutoring will take place?
- What evidence do you have of the program's
- How will progress be reported to parents and to the
- Please call the Elementary School Office at
412-466-9600, if you have any questions about these services. Fill out the SES Enrollment Form
and the SES Parent Permission Form and return it to the Elementary School Office by January 15, 2013.
- You will receive a letter from the school telling you
when the free tutoring will start.
of Supplemental Educational Services:
- Tutoring benefits are substantiated by
- Available at NO cost
- Tutoring can be tailored to the particular
academic needs of each participating student
- Potential to improve student's academic proficiency
- Productive use of a student's out-of-school time in a
are parent's notified?
of eligible students are being notified via U.S. Mail. Inside the packet will
be a letter notifying the parent of the progress of their child's school,
information on SES, information on SES providers, as well as an application to
apply and are instructed to return the application to the District.