What are Supplemental Educational Services (SES)?
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires that Supplemental Educational Services be offered to students who attend Program Improvement schools and who need additional help to reach state standards in reading, language arts, and/or mathematics. Providers may use small group or one-on-one tutoring sessions outside of normal classroom instruction time (either before or after school, or Saturdays).
Which schools qualify for SES?
Please note: Application window for the 2012-2013 school year is now closed. New applications will be accepted in September, 2014.
- Avondale Elementary
- Bancroft Elementary
- Casa de Oro Elementary
- Highlands Elementary
- Kempton Elementary
- Rancho Elementary
- La Presa Middle
Who is eligible for SES?
Students receive priority for supplemental services based on academic and economic need. If the requests for free tutoring exceed available funding, priority is given to the lowest-performing students who qualify for free and reduced price meals.
Number of students eligible for SES tutoring
Number of students who participated in SES tutoring