Providers

 

Supplemental Educational Services (SES) provision offers providers an opportunity to give low-income children who may be struggling in school, extra academic help and individualized instruction. 

 

An approved SES program must meet New York State educational standards in English language arts (including reading), and/or mathematics, at minimum, before they are permitted to provide services to SES-eligible students.  Providers may have roots in  community based organizations, charter schools, private schools, public schools, libraries, private companies, institutions of higher education, family literacy programs/Even Start programs, Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES), and faith-based organizations.

 

State-approved providers must offer services anytime outside of the regular school day. After school is the most common time for SES to be offered, but it could also take place before school, on weekends, or during the summer. SES can be offered in the school building, at a service center, community-based service site, in a student’s home or over the internet.

 

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KEY DOCUMENTS AND RESOURCES - Updated 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ) 

CALENDAR OF KEY DATES AND EVENTS

 

GUIDELINES TO APPLY FOR A PERMIT TO USE CLASSROOM SPACE

 

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 

NCLB-SES CONTRACT PROCESS 


NEWS

SES CONTRACTING PROCESS ORIENTATION
The Supplemental Educational Services (SES) Orientation
Thursday, March 29th at 10am

St. Francis College, Founders Hall, 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, New York 11201

Please RSVP to Juanne Inniss at JInniss@schools.nyc.gov

This orientation is for newly approved NYS SES providers wishing to contract with  NYC Department of Education (DOE), those whose present NYC DOE contracts expire before September 1, 2012 and for those who wish to amend their present NYC DOE contracts.

The 2nd SES enrollment period will run from 2/6/12 thru 2/17/12.  Enrollment is no longer open to reduced price meal plan students, only free lunch plan students qualify.  In the event the demand for SES exceeds the level of funding reserved for SES, priority will be given to the academically lowest-achieving students.  Notification to schools and, in turn, to parents/guardians, will be handled out of the SES Office.  Please do not take it upon yourself to begin contacting parents about eligibility.