Hardin County Schools ESSER 3.0 Stakeholder Survey
Hardin County Schools is receiving $9,169,587.89 from the Federal Government under The American Rescue Plan passed by Congress and signed into law by the President. This survey is seeking your feedback and suggestions as to best budget these funds. The law requires that the funds be budgeted in one of the following categories:

1. Addressing Learning Loss: Coordinators, Summer, Supplemental After School, and Tutoring
2. Addressing Learning Acceleration: Summer, Supplemental After School, and Tutoring
3. Addressing Facility Needs and Deferred Maintenance/Infrastructure
4. Purchasing Education Technology (including hardware, software, and connectivity)
5. Addressing the Unique Needs of Special Populations
6. School Facility Repairs
7. Providing Mental Health Supports
8.High Quality Instructional Materials for Math Adoption
9. High Quality Instructional Materials for Early Literacy
10. Public Health Coordination and Protocols
11. Conducting Other Necessary Activities
12. Indirect Cost
13. Administrative Cost

Proposed use of ESSER 3.0 Funds:

Addressing Learning Loss:
3 Social Workers for 3 years
Elementary Grades (K-5) and Middle Grades (6-8) (After School Tutoring for 2021/2022)
CASE Assessment (for grades 2-11)
Schools PLP - Learning Partners (Credit Recovery for grades 9-12)
Saxon Math (K-1 Foundational Skills Program for Math)
Lexia (K-8 Reading Program 2 Year Subscription)
IXL (K-12 Program for ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies - 2 Year Subscription)
iReady Math (K-8 - 1 Year Subscription Math Program)
Saxon Phonics (K-3 foundational skills reading program)
Laptop Carry Cases for 2,900 devices
Document Cameras for Classrooms
Middle Grades CTE Curriculum & Technology
Professional Development for Curriculum & Technology (additional and support for teachers)
Transportation for 2022 Summer Learning Camps

Conducting Other Necessary Activities:
HVAC for 2 Activity Buses

Addressing Facility Needs and Deferred Maintenance/Infrastructure:
HCHS - Testing, PE, & Teacher Training Facility
HCHS Roof Replacement Phase IV
HCHS Roof Replacement Gymnasium, Auxiliary Gymnasium, Band Room
West Hardin Elementary - Building Addition
Northside Elementary and East Hardin Elementary Roof Replacement on Gym Lobbies
West Hardin Elementary New HVAC and Controls
Pickwick Southside Elementary New HVAC and Controls
Northside Elementary and East Hardin Elementary New HVAC and Controls
Hardin County Middle School Gym New HVAC and Controls

Purchasing Education Technology:
Technology Support

The law requires that at least 20% of the total allocation be budgeted to address learning loss. If you have specific questions related to ESSER 3.0, you may contact the Hardin County Schools Federal Programs Supervisor, Theresa McCormick, at theresa.mccormick@hctnschools.com.

The Hardin County ESSER 3.0 Stakeholder Team has reviewed the initial proposal that meets all of the requirements. Please review the purposed use of funds above then complete the survey.

The survey will be open until June 18, 2021. After that date, the team will review all comments and consider needed adjustments to the budget proposal. The final proposal must be submitted to the State for review by August 1.
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After reviewing the Hardin County ESSER 3.0 proposal above, what comments would you like to share concerning the items listed? (Remember that any specific questions related to the grant may be emailed to theresa.mccormick@hctnschools.com.)
What other comments or suggestions regarding the use of ESSER 3.0 funds do you have?
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