American Rescue Plan (ARP) Elementary and Secondary Schools Emergency Relief (ESSER) Funding Stakeholder Feedback/Input
The Governor Mifflin School District has the opportunity to be awarded 4 million dollars in ARP/ESSER funding. This funding must be used to address the following issues that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic: Academic Impact of Lost Instructional Time, Chronic Absenteeism, Student Engagement, and Social-Emotional Well-Being. Keeping those items in mind, we are asking for your feedback on how you would like to see the district spend the ARP/ESSER funds so that we can reflect your input in our grant application. To ensure your voice is heard, please complete this survey by October 29, 2021.
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Which of the following would you like to see the district support through the use ARP/ESSER funds (choose all that apply)?
High School Credit Recovery (Summer School) in Summer 2022
K-8 Summer Success Academy in Summer 2022
Extended School Year for Special Education Students in Summer 2022
Transportation to and from all Summer programming in Summer 2022
Elementary (K-6) After School Programs
Secondary (7-12) After School Programs
Teacher Professional Development Around Best Instructional Practices to Improve Student Engagement
Secondary Building Project
Home Visits to Improve Student Chronic Absenteeism
Social Emotional Learning Activities for all students K-12
Please provide us with any additional suggestions you have for the use of ARP/ESSER funds. Reminder: Funds must be used for one of the following issues: Academic Impact of Lost Instructional Time, Chronic Absenteeism, Student Engagement, and Social-Emotional Well-Being
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