Supplemental Education Services
Update - August 2012
The Colorado NCLB Flexibility Waiver requires that parents of eligible students attending Title I schools with a status of Priority Improvement or Turnaround be provided with opportunities and choices to help ensure that their children achieve at high levels. SES provides extra academic assistance for eligible children. Struggling students attending Title I schools that have a status of Priority Improvement or Turnaround are eligible to receive these services.
Eligible students are all students who are unsatisfactory or partially proficient in reading or math on the most recent state assessment as measured by the Colorado Assessment Program (CSAP), the Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (TCAP), or who are below grade level as measured by an early literacy assessment that meets the requirements of the Colorado Basic Literacy Act (CBLA) (or a body of evidence for K‐2), and who also attend a Title I school with a status of Priority Improvement or Turnaround. Additionally, Non English Proficient (NEP) and Limited English Proficient (LEP) students as measured by the Colorado English Language Assessment (CELA), who also attend a Title I school with a status of Priority Improvement or Turnaround, are eligible for English Language Development SES.
SES Providers Chosen for 2012-2013 School Year
The Colorado NCLB Flexibility Waiver has given school districts the ability to restrict the number of SES providers by going through a provider selection process. School districts are not required to limit SES providers but may select a maximum number of SES providers to offer tutoring for students. School districts must offer parents a minimum of three outside SES providers from which to choose. Districts may allow schools to select the providers, or providers may be selected for schools at the district level. Selection of providers must be conducted with a majority of parent representation on the selection committee in the selection process. Please keep in mind that approval during the RFP approval process entitles a provider to be placed on the SEA list of approved SES providers in the state of Colorado. There is no guarantee that a provider will be selected by a school district during the provider selection process at the district/school level. All decisions regarding the selection of providers by a school district are final. Additionally, there is no guarantee that a district approved provider will be selected by parents to serve students. School districts will send parents of eligible students, at schools with a Priority Improvement or a Turnaround plan type assignment, information regarding approved providers in the district. Parents then choose the SES provider that best suits their child’s needs. Adams 12 Five Star School has decided to restrict the number of SES providers serving in our district for the 2012-2013 school year.
The following SES providers have been chosen to serve Adams 12 for the 2012-2013 school year.
- Academic Coaching
- Club Z
- Results Learning
- Sylvan Learning
- The Marian School
- Tutoring Club of Westminster
- *Provider to be determinded when list of approved Engllish Language Development providers is released by CDE.
Please click below for more information about the SES Program.
The following schools will offer Supplemental Educational Service (SES) for the 2012-2013 School Year:
- Coronado Hills Elementary
- Federal Heights Elementary
- Hillcrest Elementary
- McElwain Elementary
- North Star Elementary
- Rocky Mountain Elementary
- Thornton Elementary
- The International School at Thornton Middle
*The above requirements are based on 2011 School Performance Framework (SPF) status.
Number of Students Eligible and Participating in Supplemental Educational Services
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