SES Information

Dear Families,

As a result of the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, your child may be able to receive extra academic support if needed. The federal law states that if a school does not meet adequate yearly progress as determined by the Vermont Department of Education, your family may receive extra support at no cost to you if your family meets the income limits under the law. This support includes individualized small group or one-to-one instruction in the area of literacy and mathematics, designed to help students make academic progress. There is a cap on the amount of money per student to spend on these services – please register early to receive the benefit of these services.

If your child is eligible for free or reduced price lunch, he or she may receive extra help after school in reading and/or math. This after school tutoring is at no cost to you. If you want the free tutoring for your child, you get to choose the program that you think will work best for your child from the list of State approved providers. You can request a copy of this list by contacting Tiffany Renaudette (868-5346 or trenaudette@fnwsu.org), or by visiting http://education.vermont.gov/documents/edu-ses-approved-provider-list- 2015-2016.pdf. This document will include information about available providers, the qualifications and effectiveness of the providers, and information about the studentsthe providers are able to serve. The school is not required to pay for transportation for students to any provider.

To meet the income requirements, you must be eligible for free or reduced price lunch. You do not have to participate in the Free and Reduced lunch program, but you must prove eligibility by completing the application sent home from the school.

Supplemental Education Services (SES) Approved Provider List for 2015 – 2016

44 students were enrolled and received services in 10-11.

44 students were enrolled and received services in 10-11.

39 students were enrolled and received services in 11-12. (317 students were eligible)

38 students were enrolled and received services in 12-13. (312 students were eligible)

35 students were enrolled and received services in 13-14. (281 students were eligible)