Community input on Federal Funding Related to COVID
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government provided one -time funds to help school districts address needs. These Elementary and Secondary School emergency Relief (ESSER) funds are one-time federal funds, so it is important that they are used to support academic learning loss and other school district needs.

Jennings is required to spend at least 20 percent for students' social-emotional and academic needs, including addressing learning loss.

Feedback from this survey will be reviewed by the district administration. Using community feedback a plan for ESSER funds will be developed to submit to the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. We have an online survey for stakeholders to provide feed back on our webpage under "Community."
Which of the following best describes your connection to Jennings School District?*
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In your opinion, how important to Jennings School District is each of the following allowable uses of federal stimulus (ESSER) money?*
Very Important
Somewhat Important
Not Important
Addressing learning loss
Providing mental health supports for students
Addressing the unique needs of special populations
Addressing facility needs and deferred maintenance/infrastructure
Purchasing Educational Technology
Improving/repairing HVAC systems to address air quality
Before/After-school tutoring that is targeted and personalized
Before/After-school enrichment programs
Providing additional summer learning programs
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Please share any additional questions/comments regarding use of one-time federal stimulus money.
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