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SRUSD STATE PRESCHOOL

Supplemental Education

Welcome to the State and Federal Programs' Webpage!

State and Federal Programs supports the successful implementation of programs using categorical funds, with the purpose of increasing, enhancing, and improving student performance. 

Title I Federal Programs

No Child Left Behind (NCLB) outlines federal accountability for schools that receive Title I funding.  All schools that receive Title I funding are required to meet academic improvement targets.  Schools that do not meet these targets are designated as Program Improvement (PI).  Depending on how long the school has been designated as in PI, parents of children who attend these schools have the possible option of transferring their children to a non-Program Improvement school in the district (NCLB School Choice) or receiving free tutoring (Supplemental Educational Services).

Key Elements of Program Improvement

  • Implementing strategies, policies, and practices that utilize scientifically-based research and have the greatest likelihood of ensuring that all groups of students will meet the state’s achievement standards
  • Providing high quality professional development for school staff that will lead to removing the school from PI status
  • Using strategies that promote effective parental involvement in the school

Supplemental Education Services (SES)

SES is tutoring provided  to students in Title I Program Improvement schools under  No Child Left Behind (NCLB) (2001). Students who have not attained proficiency in grade level Math and Reading skills are eligible for SES tutoring, with the highest priority for placement given to low-income students at those schools.

 

Public School Choice

Parents of all children who attend schools identified as in Program Improvement (PI) have the option to transfer their children to a non-Program Improvement school within the district with transportation provided.

How long may students attend a Non-PI School in the Public School Choice?

Once a student has been placed into a non-PI school, that student may remain until they reach the end of 6th grade. While students may stay at their non-PI school, transportation will not be provided if their home school is no longer designated as “PI."

 

Title III

Title III authorizes funding for supplementary programs and services for ELs. Required activities include the provision of instruction and instructional support services related to English Language Development (ELD) and academic progress in the core curriculum in a manner that allows EL students to meet grade level and graduation requirements. Programs also must provide staff development opportunities to school staff assigned to EL student populations. Title III funds may also be used for a variety of instructional support, curriculum development, parental involvement, and related EL student program activities.

 

Link to CDE Approved Providers: http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/ac/ti/supplemental.asp

 

Santa Rita Union School District

Report on Participation in Public School Choice

 and Supplemental Educational Services (SES)

 

As required by Title I regulations, Section 200.39©,

From 34 Code of Federal Regulations Part 200

(U.S. Department of Education, October 2008)

 

 

Public School Choice

 

Supplemental Educational Services (SES)

School Year

Eligible Students

Participating Students

 

Eligible Students

Participating Students

2007-2008

No data available

2008-2009

No data available

2009-2010

1093

0

 

2138

No data

2010-2011

2266

0

 

2234

No data

2011-2012

2594

0

 

2296

No data

2012-2013

2616

0

 

2312

No data

2013-2014

2645

0

 

2069

79

2014-2015

2740

0

 

2176

41

2015-2016

2836

0

 

2688

77

 

The following Non-Program Improvement schools are available for students to transfer under Public School Choice:

 

 

New Republic Elementary

Contact

MS. MELISSA ALDERMAN
Director of Curriculum & Instruction
malderman@santaritaschools.org
831.443.7200 

DR. MARY  DENNEHY WHITE
Director of Student Services
(Special Education)

mwhite@santaritaschools.org
831.443.7200 x1210 

MS. AMY LÓPEZ (GALVÁN)
Bilingual Administrative Assistant
amlopez@santaritaschools.org
(831)443-7200 x1209
(831)442-1791(Fax)