Iowa Support System for  Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance SINA  DINA

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1. Iowa Support System for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance (SINA & DINA) Supplemental Educational Services August 26, 2008 Please see the supplemental educational services toolkit, provided by the Iowa Department of Education.Please see the supplemental educational services toolkit, provided by the Iowa Department of Education.

2. Iowa Support System for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance ©2008 2 Today, you will . . .

3. Iowa Support System for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance ©2008 3 Schools: Sanctions in Second Year of Label and Beyond Parent Notification of Identification Public School Choice for students in the Title I building to buildings which are not identified Supplemental Services for Students of low-income families (provided by or paid for by the district) – as long as the student stays in the identified building http://www.iowa.gov/educate/content/view/652/619/ Continue with Action Plan and Support If a district is identified, the district must set aside 10% of total Title I funds for professional development If a building is identified, the district must set aside 10% of the Title I funds allocated for that building; those funds must be used for professional development Tool(s) Used with This Slide: Chart for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance Supplemental services includes things like after-school tutoring, summer school, professional learning centers, or other kinds of educational assistance programs. Supplemental Service providers must be approved by the state; a district can apply to be a supplemental service provider. AEAs are encouraged to become approved providers as well. A listing of supplemental service providers is available on the DE web site at http://www.iowa.gov/educate/content/view/652/619/ Tool(s) Used with This Slide: Chart for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance Supplemental services includes things like after-school tutoring, summer school, professional learning centers, or other kinds of educational assistance programs. Supplemental Service providers must be approved by the state; a district can apply to be a supplemental service provider. AEAs are encouraged to become approved providers as well. A listing of supplemental service providers is available on the DE web site at http://www.iowa.gov/educate/content/view/652/619/

4. Schools Required to Offer Supplemental Educational Services Prescott Elementary (Dubuque): Reading & Math South Tama County Elementary (South Tama): Math Jack Logan Middle School (Waterloo): Reading, Math McKinstry Elementary School (Waterloo): Reading, Math Storm Lake Middle School (Storm Lake): Reading Johnson Elementary (Cedar Rapids): Reading, Math Harding Middle School (Des Moines): Reading, Math Hiatt Middle School (Des Moines): Reading, Math Hoyt Middle School (Des Moines): Reading King Elementary (Des Moines): Math Monroe Elementary (Des Moines): Reading South Union Elementary(Des Moines): Reading, Math Perry Elementary(Perry): Reading Iowa Support System for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance ©2008 4 These are the identified Title I schools that are required in 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 to offer and provide if requested by parents supplemental educational services because they are identified in Year 2, Year 3, or Year 4 of identification. (Please note that the identified area is listed; however, if parents request supplemental education services in the area for which they are not identified (e.g., reading, math), services must be provided.)These are the identified Title I schools that are required in 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 to offer and provide if requested by parents supplemental educational services because they are identified in Year 2, Year 3, or Year 4 of identification. (Please note that the identified area is listed; however, if parents request supplemental education services in the area for which they are not identified (e.g., reading, math), services must be provided.)

5. Musts!!! Offer to all low-income students Offer choices of multiple Supplemental Educational Services providers Set aside funds Assure that school, provider, and parent work together Work with provider to design a student academic plan Outside the regular day Aligned with district content standards and instruction Iowa Support System for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance ©2008 5 Note: District is NOT required to provide transportation to SES for off=site SESNote: District is NOT required to provide transportation to SES for off=site SES

6. District’s Responsibilities! Notify parents annually of service providers Establish process by which parents may sign up students for services Meet with providers regularly Enter into contractual agreement with providers regarding expectations for services, individual student plans, and financial arrangements Pay the per pupil allocation for services provided Monitor program implementation Develop individual student plan for each student Iowa Support System for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance ©2008 6

7. District’s Set Aside for SES From Title I Part A Funds 20% of Title I Part A allocation on SES/School Choice 5% of Title I allocation for choice 5% for SES Remaining 10% for SES and/or choice – based on need Per Pupil Allocation (Lesser of . . . ) USDE calculated amounts OR Actual costs of Title I services student receives Iowa Support System for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance ©2008 7

8. Provider’s Responsibilities Ensure instruction is research based, of high quality, and is consistent with local standards Provide academic assistance to students Work collaboratively with the district, principals, and parents. Provide written feedback to parents and district regarding student progress Meet federal, state, and local health, safety, and civil rights laws Be approved! Iowa Support System for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance ©2008 8

9. Approved Providers AEAs 1: Keys to Learning 267: Ladders to Learning 9: Learning Connections Districts Beyond the Bell (Sioux City) Van Buren Community Schools Waterloo Community Schools On-Line Babbage Net School Brain Fuse Education Station Failure-Free Reading Other EduCare Learning Centers Susan Seidenfeld (Math) Princeton Review Tornado Learning Club (Storm Lake) Iowa Support System for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance ©2008 9

10. Parents’ Responsibilities Return the provider selection form to begin services process for the child Meet with provider and school to write and sign Individualized Learning Plan Ensure that child receives the services – monitor attendance and progress Communicate with provider and school Review and sign summary report Iowa Support System for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance ©2008 10

11. Supplemental Educational Services After School On Weekends During the Summer Includes tutoring and remedial services Iowa Support System for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance ©2008 11

12. Iowa Support System for Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance ©2008 12 Iowa Support System Question and Answer

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