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The Governing Board recognizes that high-quality supplemental instructional programs can motivate and support students to attain grade-level academic standards, overcome academic deficiencies, and/or acquire critical skills.

(cf. 5113.1 - Chronic Absence and Truancy)

(cf. 5147 - Dropout Prevention)

(cf. 5148.2 - Before/After School Programs)

(cf. 5149 - At-Risk Students)

(cf. 6011 - Academic Standards)

(cf. 6146.1 - High School Graduation Requirements)

(cf. 6146.5 - Elementary/Middle School Graduation Requirements)

(cf. 6164.5 - Student Success Teams)

Required Supplemental Programs

The district shall offer direct, systematic, and intensive supplemental instruction for:

1. Students in grades 2-9 who have been retained or recommended for retention pursuant to Education Code 48070.5 (Education Code 37252.2)

(cf. 5123 - Promotion/Acceleration/Retention)

2. Students in grades 7-12 who do not demonstrate "sufficient progress" toward passing the state exit examination required for high school graduation in order to help them pass the exam (Education Code 37252, 60851)

(cf. 6162.52 - High School Exit Examination)

(cf. 6162.51 - Standardized Testing and Reporting Program)

Sufficient progress" shall be determined based on a student's grades and the following indicators of academic achievement:

A student's results on the state Standardized Testing and Reporting assessments and the minimum levels of proficiency recommended by the State Board of Education.

(cf. 5121 - Grades/Evaluation of Student Achievement)

In addition, students who do not possess sufficient English language skills to be assessed shall be considered students who do not demonstrate sufficient progress towards passing the exit exam and shall receive supplemental instruction designed to help them succeed on the exit exam. (Education Code 37252)

3. Students who have not passed one or both parts of the exit exam by the end of grade 12, for up to two consecutive school years after the completion of grade 12 or until they have passed both parts of the exit exam, whichever comes first (Education Code 37254)

(cf. 1312.4 - Williams Uniform Complaint Procedures)

4. Eligible students from low-income families whenever the district or a district school receiving federal Title I funds has been identified by the California Department of Education for program improvement for two or more years (20 USC 6316)

(cf. 0520.2 - Title I Program Improvement Schools)

(cf. 0520.3 - Title I Program Improvement Districts)

Optional Supplemental Programs

As funding, facilities, and staffing permit, supplemental instruction may be offered to:

1. Students in grades 2-6 who have been identified as being "at risk" of retention pursuant to Education Code 48070.5 (Education Code 37252.8)

2. Students in grades 2-6 who have been identified as having a deficiency in mathematics, reading, or written expression based on the results of the Standardized Testing and Reporting Program (Education Code 37252.8)

3. Students in grades K-12 who seek enrichment in mathematics, science, or other core academic areas designated by the Superintendent of Public Instruction (Education Code 37253)

(cf. 6143 - Courses of Study)

4. Students in grades K-4 who need or desire intensive reading opportunities that meet standards for a research-based comprehensive reading program, including appropriate support to address the needs of English language learners (Education Code 41505-41508)

(cf. 6142.91 - Reading/Language Arts Instruction)

(cf. 6174 - Education for English Language Learners)

5. Students in grades 7-8 who need or desire intensive opportunities to practice skills in algebra and/or pre-algebra (Education Code 41505-41508)

(cf. 6142.92 - Mathematics Instruction)

Required Student Participation

The Superintendent or designee may require participation in a supplemental instructional program for: (Education Code 37252.2, 37254.1)

1. Students in grades 7-12 who demonstrate insufficient progress toward the exit exam required for high school graduation pursuant to Education Code 37252

2. Students in grades 2-9 who are retained or recommended for retention pursuant to Education Code 37252.2

3. Students in grades 2-6 who are "at risk" of retention pursuant to Education Code 37252.8

4. Students in grades 2-6 who are deficient in mathematics, reading, or written expression pursuant to Education Code 37252.8

5. Students in grades K-12 participating in enrichment programs in core academic subjects pursuant to Education Code 37253

The Superintendent or designee shall obtain written parent/guardian consent for a student's participation in the supplemental instructional program.

Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

37200-37202 School calendar

37223 Weekend classes

37252-37254.1 Supplemental instruction, summer school

41505-41508 Pupil Retention Block Grant

42238.01-42238.07 Local control funding formula

46100 Length of school day

48070-48070.5 Promotion and retention

48200 Compulsory education

48985 Translation of notices

51210-51212 Courses of study, elementary schools

51220-51228 Courses of study, secondary schools

52060-52077 Local control and accountability plan

60603 Definitions, core curriculum areas

60640-60649 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress

60850-60859 High school exit examination

CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE 5

11470-11472 Summer school

UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE 20

6316 Program improvement schools and districts

Management Resources:

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION GUIDANCE

Supplemental Educational Services, January 14, 2009

Creating Strong Supplemental Educational Services Programs, May 2004

WEB SITES

CSBA: http://www.csba.org

California Department of Education: http://www.cde.ca.gov

U.S. Department of Education: http://www.ed.gov

Policy HAYWARD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

adopted: August 3, 1992 Hayward, California

revised: December 11, 2013