Supplemental Educational Services
Students at Nespelem School who are eligible for free and reduced lunch are also eligible to apply for another option for free tutoring. (A requirement set through federal regulations.)
If you are interested, you can come to the school or district offices, review information on each state approved outside provider and complete the sign-up information.
You can also review provider information on the OSPI website at http://www.k12.wa.us/TitleI/SES.aspx.
If you have further questions, please contact Debra Pankey, Principal at 509-634-4541.
NOTE: The final enrollment window is November 11th to November 25th.
G-10. What information must an LEA include on its Web site about
An LEA is required to prominently display on its Web site the following
information regarding SES:
1. Beginning with data from the 2007-2008 school year, and for each
subsequent school year, the number of students who were eligible for
and the number of students who participated in SES [34 C.F.R.
§§200.39(c)(1)(ii); 200.42(b)(5); 200.43(b)(5); 200.43(c)(1)(iii)]; and
2. For the current school year, a list of SES providers approved by the
State to serve the LEA and the locations where services are provided
[34 C.F.R. §§200.39(c)(1)(iii); 200.42(b)(5); 200.43(b)(5);
An LEA should display this information on its Web site in a place that is
visible and easy for parents to locate. Note that an LEA must list on its Web
site all SES providers approved by the State to serve the LEA. This includes
SES providers approved by the state that are located within the LEA, as well
as in its general geographic location, and providers accessible through
distance learning technology [34 C.F.R. §§200.37(b)(5)(ii)(A);
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