Juvenile Court and Community Schools/Alternative Education
Consuelo Villalobos, Executive Assistant
Students from low-income homes who have approved free or reduced lunch applications and attend El Centro, Gerber, Hickey, Morgan, or North Area schools are eligible for free Supplementary Educational Services (SES). These services are classes or tutoring which occur outside the regular school day with educational providers approved by the State Board of Education.
If your child is eligible for SES, he or she can receive free academic tutoring. The program will provide your child with tutoring that is coordinated with what is being taught in school and may help improve your child's academic skills.
SES Providers list gives a description of each program, and the qualifications of the tutors. It also indicates the programs that serve students with disabilities or limited English proficiency.
When deciding which SES provider is best for your child, you may want to consider these questions:
- When and where will the tutoring take place (at school, home, public library)?
- How often will your child be tutored?
- What type of instruction will the tutor use (small group, one-on-one, or online)?
- What are the tutor's qualifications?
- Can the tutor help if your child has a disability or is learning English?
After selecting your SES provider, please complete the
SES Provider Selection Form and submit it directly to your school office. Alternately, you may send it to:
Sacramento County Office of Education
Attn. Sandy Raney/SES
10474 Mather Blvd.
P.O. Box 269003
Sacramento, CA 95826-9003
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