MCC Schools (ESSER III Public Engagement Survey)
We hope you are enjoying your summer break!
From the looks of things there will be few if any restrictions on schooling next year and our plan is to return fully in-person in the fall.
We are asking families to take time to complete a short survey for us to help us best utilize some Federal funding we will be receiving the next two school years.
Schools that receive ESSER III federal funds must post Safe Return to School Plan found here:
. This survey will help us meet the requirement of gathering public feedback on how we plan to utilize funds.
Please take a moment to review the Safe Return to School Plan
and complete our short survey to gather your feedback.
Who is submitting this form?
MCC School Employee
The school district is set to receive about $200,000 in ESSER III funding that must be allocated for use by 2024. This funding is one time funding and if used for programming it may not be able to be sustained once it is used up. 80% ($160,000) of the allocations can be used during the school day to offset operations or student learning loss affected by COVID-19. Some top priorities are listed below. Please check all the items that you support:
Provide Title I reading and math support to provide individual and small group support to elementary students
Homework assistance support for junior high and high school students
Technology tools to support student learning
Curriculum Updates put on hold due to COVID-19
Please list any other suggestions you have for the 80% allocation use?
20% ($40,000) of the allocation must be used for outside of school programming either after school or summer. Some top priorities are listed below. Please check all the items that you support:
Summer Jumpstart Program (1 to 2 weeks of summer school for elementary students referred to program by teacher)
Summer Recreation Expenses (reducing costs for families to attend)
Summer Learning Field Trips
After School Program for elementary students
After School Homework Support for junior high and high school students
Online Credit Recovery for High School Students
Please list any other suggestions you have for the 20% allocation use?
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