Mildred ISD ARP ESSER III
Mildred ISD would like to receive input from you regarding how the district should use its ARP ESSER III stimulus funding for the 2021-2022 school year.
The stimulus funds are to:
1. Address COVID related learning loss
2. Accelerate learning
3. Support the mental health needs of our students
4. Address other barriers to learning (e.g. meals, technology, etc.)
5. Address other health and safety concerns
Your feedback will be an invaluable resource to the district as we move forward with the planning process for how ARP ESSER III funds will be used to make the most impact for our students.
Which of these groups do you represent? Check all that apply:
School and District Administrators (including special education administrators)
Tribes, to the extent present in or served by the LEA
Civil Rights Organizations (including disability rights organizations)
Representing the Interest of Children with Disabilities
English Language Learners
Children Experiencing Homelessness
Children in Foster Care
Children who are Incarcerated
Other Underserved Students
Which of these options are most important to you? Please check any that apply
Prevention and Mitigation Strategies in School
Impact of Learning Loss
Well Supported Teachers
Rigorous Instructional Materials
More Time (extended day, extended year, summer learning, tutoring)
Mental Health and Behavioral Supports, Additional Counseling
Other Supports (Facilities, Ventilation, Cleaning, Specialized Instruction Spaces, Digital Tools, Educational Application)
In your opinion, what are the biggest challenges school districts face in accelerating student learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic?
Please add any additional thoughts
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