July 19, 2024

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ESSER Funds – Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools

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ESSER stands for Elementary & Secondary School Emergency Relief. It is integrated in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, and is supposed to offer crisis relief resources to deal with the impression of COVID-19 on faculties. ESSER cash are also meant to be used by Area Educational Organizations for protecting against, planning for, and responding to COVID-19.

ESSER Allotments and Timeline

Allotment

Total

Deadline for Investing

ESSER I $8,432,728 September 30, 2022
ESSER II $36,708,777 September 30, 2023
ESSER III $82,500,802 September 30, 2024

ESSER ALLOWABLE Fees

ESSER I

ESSER II

ESSER III

  1. Activities licensed by ESEA of 1965 (ex. expand Title I packages, reduce course sizes)
  2. Coordination of preparedness & response initiatives
  3. Give principals & leaders with methods to deal with unique university requirements
  4. Addressing exceptional wants of lower-profits, learners, all those with disabilities, minority, dealing with homelessness, and foster care, such as outreach and provider delivery to meet requirements of each inhabitants
  5. Acquiring/employing treatments and devices to strengthen preparedness and response efforts
  6. Staff schooling and PD all around virus mitigation
  7. Paying for supplies to sanitize and clean up facilities
  8. Setting up for, coordinating, applying activities for the duration of prolonged-phrase closures
  9. Buying added know-how to help in frequent, substantive interaction between pupils and classroom instructors
  10. Offering mental overall health products and services & supports
  11. Scheduling & applying functions related to summer time learning & supplemental just after faculty plans
  12. Other routines necessary to preserve procedure of and continuity of products and services
  1. Functions licensed by ESEA of 1965 (ex. increase Title I applications, reduce class dimensions)
  2. Coordination of preparedness & reaction efforts
  3. Deliver principals & leaders with means to address specific college wants
  4. Addressing unique demands of small-cash flow, learners, individuals with disabilities, minority, going through homelessness, and foster care, like outreach and assistance shipping to satisfy requirements of each individual population
  5. Acquiring/utilizing treatments and techniques to make improvements to preparedness and reaction endeavours
  6. Team teaching and PD all over virus mitigation
  7. Paying for supplies to sanitize and clean up facilities
  8. Preparing for, coordinating, utilizing routines all through prolonged-expression closures
  9. Obtaining supplemental engineering to support in typical, substantive conversation amongst learners and classroom instructors
  10. Delivering mental wellbeing solutions & supports
  11. Planning & employing things to do related to summer months discovering & supplemental immediately after faculty packages
  12. Addressing learning decline: assessments, evidence-primarily based routines, mother or father com., tracking attendance & engagement
  13. Faculty facility repairs & improvements to reduce chance of virus transmission & exposure to environmental wellness hazards
  14. Tasks to improve indoor air high quality in college facilities
  15. Other things to do necessary to maintain procedure of and continuity of companies
  1. Things to do authorized by ESEA of 1965 (ex. expand Title I systems, reduced class sizes)
  2. Coordination of preparedness & response endeavours
  3. Give principals & leaders with resources to handle unique faculty requires
  4. Addressing exceptional demands of small-profits, pupils, individuals with disabilities, minority, going through homelessness, and foster treatment, together with outreach and services shipping to fulfill wants of each individual population
  5. Building/utilizing strategies and methods to boost preparedness and reaction initiatives
  6. Staff education and PD all-around virus mitigation
  7. Getting supplies to sanitize and thoroughly clean amenities
  8. Planning for, coordinating, applying actions throughout prolonged-term closures
  9. Purchasing added technological innovation to help in normal, substantive conversation in between pupils and classroom instructors
  10. Offering mental health and fitness companies & supports
  11. Setting up & applying activities relevant to summertime discovering & supplemental after college packages
  12. Addressing understanding reduction: assessments, evidence-based mostly pursuits, dad or mum com., monitoring attendance & engagement
  13. School facility repairs & advancements to lower threat of virus transmission & exposure to environmental wellbeing hazards
  14. Projects to improve indoor air top quality in faculty services
  15. Acquiring/utilizing wellbeing protocols in alignment with CDC for reopening and procedure of amenities
  16. More fork out: recruitment/retention, incentivize scarcity locations, other COVID-associated pay or team
  17. Transportation for supplemental bus routes for distancing, reimburse families
  18. High-good quality educational products and curricula to tackle unfinished mastering
  19. Acquisition of authentic residence or modular school rooms

ESSER I Expenditures

ESSER II Prepared Charges

ESSER III Proposal in Progress (Centered on Stakeholder Input)

ESSER Funds Board of Instruction Presentation  (PDF)

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