Children's learning needs vary. Many children need additional time and assistance to reach their learning potential. All students are eligible to receive these services if they meet the district established criteria.
The Port Jervis Academic Intervention Services Program is designed to provide the additional educational experiences needed to help students as they work toward New York State's higher learning standards.
As required by Title IX, General Provisions of the Elementary and
Secondary Education Act (ESEA), the New York State Education
Department (NYSED) has adopted the following procedures for
receiving and resolving complaints and for reviewing appeals from
decisions of local educational agencies (LEAs). Complaints
concerning violations of ESEA Title I, Parts A, C, and D, or of
the General Education Provisions Act; or of Section 100.2(ee)
Academic Intervention Services of the Regulations of the
Commissioner are covered by these procedures.
LEAs must disseminate free of charge, adequate information about the State Complaint and Appeal Procedures to parents of students, and appropriate private school officials or representatives. [General Provisions Regulations, 34 CFR Sections 299.10-299.12]
Complaints about the AIS Title I Program should be submitted in writing to:
Click here for more information on the Complaint/Appeal Procedure.