Milpitas Unified School District Home
Board of Education Calendars Careers Complaint Policies & Procedures DELAC Departments MUSD In the Press Plans & Reports Staff Resources Superintendent Welcome to MUSD
21st Century Education Center Bond & Construction Updates Community Educational Endowment Sponsors
Beginning Teacher Support | BTSA Blended Learning Bullying Digital Citizenship & Internet Safety Milpitas Ed-Tech Symposium
Common Core CCSS Report Cards 2014-15 DELAC District Music Program Find Your School Food | Student Nutrition GATE Program Healthy Kids Survey Moving Up PTA | Milpitas Council Registration Information Textbooks Adopted Title I Program Improvement Transitioning Grades
School Addresses & Map Child Dev Centers | Preschool Burnett Elementary Curtner Elementary Pomeroy Elementary Randall Elementary Rose Elementary Sinnott Elementary Spangler Elementary Weller Elementary Zanker Elementary Rancho Middle Russell Middle Calaveras Hills High Milpitas High Adult Education
Frequently Asked Questions Milpitas Unified School District and City of Milpitas enter in to Agreement for New School Land Purchase
Title I Program Improvement

Title I Programs

-MUSD LEAP Addendum

Milpitas Unified School District
Report on Participation in Public School Choice and Supplemental Educational Services (SES)

As Required by Title I regulations, Section 200.39(c), from 34 Code of Federal Regulations  Part 200 (U.S. Department of Education, October 2008)

 

 Public School Choice
2007-2008
Students eligible:                  417
Student participants:               29

2008-2009
Students eligible:                  405
Student participants:              41

2009-2010
Students eligible:                  417
Student participants:              16

2010-2011
Students eligible:                 461
Student participants:            22

2011-2012

Students eligible                 446

Student participants                6

2012-2013

Students eligible                 975

Participants                            15

 SES
2007-2008
Students eligible:                 242
Student participants:            107

2008-2009
Students eligible:                  244
Student participants:              96

2009-2010
Students eligible:                  241
Student participants:             103

2010-2011
Students eligible:                 278
Student participants:             88

2011-2012

Students eligible                  289

Student participants             108

2012-2013

Students eligible                   312

Participants                              87

Free Tutoring for Randall and Spangler Students

Randall and Spangler students in grades 1-6 from low-income families, whose parents do not select a public school choice option due to Randall and Spangler's Program Improvement status, are eligible for free Supplemental 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. 

Applications are now available in your school office.

For more information or questions, please contact the District Office at (408) 635-2600 ext. 6007. 

SES Provider Fairs

Come out and meet the providers!

 

Randall Elementary School

Thursday, September 18, 2014

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Randall Multi-Use Room

 

Spangler Elementary School

Thursday, September 4, 2014

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Spangler Multi-Use Room

Program Improvement

 
Randall Elementary Parent Notification Letters
 
Rose Elementary Parent Notification Letters
Spangler Elementary Parent Notification Letters
 
Weller Elementary Parent Notification Letters
 
District Parent Notification Letters

Parents Locker

PPT, Word, Excel Viewers [Go]
Acrobat Reader [Go]