Supplemental Educational Services (SES)

2013-2014 School Year

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?
  • Central Elementary
  • Ira Harbison Elementary
  • Kimball Elementary
  • Las Palmas Elementary
  • Lincoln Acres Elementary
  • Olivewood Elementary
  • John Otis Elementary
  • Palmer Way Elementary
  • Rancho de la Nación Elementary
Who is eligible for SES?
Students receive priority for supplemental services based on academic and economic need.  Districts prioritize student eligibility by ranking students from lowest to highest achievement level and by verification of student eligibility for the free/reduced lunch program.

School Year
Number of Students
eligible for SES tutoring
Number of Students
participating in SES
tutoring
Number of Students
eligible for ESEA & Local
School Choice
Number of Students
participating in ESEA  &
Local School Choice
 2013-2014  5257  400 5748
 0/263
 2012-2013  2943  325  5759  0/264
 2011-2012  680  139  680  0/259
 2010-2011  670  108  670  0/265
 2009-2010  724  126  724  0/264
 2008-2009  722  120  722  0/260
 2007-2008  0 0
 0  0/257


Who are the SES Providers/Locations, for 2013-2014?
!#1 Touch Screen Tablet Computer/student's home, school site, library
!A+CAT (Computer Assisted Tutoring)/student's home, library
#1 A+ Student Learning Academy Center/student's home, school site, library
#1 Advancing Education/student's home, school site, library
#1 in Learning Online/online
123 Math/student's home, library
A Tree of Knowledge/student's home, library
ACE Tutoring/student's home
Achievement Matters/student's home, library
Alpha Innovation/student's home, school site, library
Alternatives Unlimited/student's home, school site, library
Amazing A Academics/student's home, library
Apple iPad & Android Tablet Tutoring/student's home, school site, library
Applied Scholastics/student's home, library
ATS Project Success/student's home
Basic Education Services Team (BEST)/student's home, library
Brain Hurricane/school site, library
Club Z/student's home, school site, library
Doctrina Tutoring/student's home, library
Friendly Community Outreach Center/student's home, school site, library
Future Stars Tutoring/student's home, library
ICES Education/student's home, library
Leading Edge Learning Center/student's home, school site, library
Mobile Minds/student's home, school site, library
One on One Learning/student's home, school site, library
Professional Tutors/student's home, library
Sylvan/Sylvan learning center
Total Education Solutions/student's home, library
Ultimate Success Learning/student's home, school site, library
UROK/student's home, UROK facility

What is School Choice?
Under Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), students who attend a Title I funded school that is identified for program improvement, corrective action, or restructuring must be given the option of school choice.  This provision allows all students attending such a Title I school the option to transfer to another public school, including a public charter school, that is within the LEA and that is not in program improvement or is not persistently dangerous.

The option of school choice must be made available to all students the first year a school is identified for school improvement and all subsequent years thereafter, until the school has made adequate yearly progress for two consecutive years.  Students who exercise their right to attend another school under this school choice provision must be given the option to continue to attend that school until they complete the highest grade of that school, even if the original school is no longer in program improvement, corrective action, or restructuring.

Schools that are offering choice because they have been identified for program improvement, corrective action, or restructuring must provide transportation to students who transfer to another school.  If funds to provide school choice and/or transportation are limited, local education agencies (LEAs) may give first priority to students from low-income families who are the lowest-achieving students [Title I, section 1116(b)(E)(ii)] based on achievement levels as evaluated by objective educational measures.

Which schools are required to offer school choice?
During the 2013-2014 school year, all schools in the National School District (NSD) must offer the option of school choice.

Who is eligible for school choice?
During the 2013-2014 school year, all students in the National School District are eligible for school choice.

What is the optional school of choice?
Due to the fact that National School District does not have a school within the district to offer the option of choice for students, Finney School in the Chula Vista Elementary School District is the designated school of choice for NSD students for 2013-2014.

Number of students eligible for school choice in 2013-2014:
5,748 students

Number of students participating in school choice in 2013-2014:
0 students