Schleswig CSD ESSER III Planning Survey
As we prepare to open the 2021-2022 school year on August 23rd for students with onsite learning for all students, we are seeking input from various stakeholders for funding priority uses of one-time Federal ESSER III funds being provided due to COVID. Please complete the survey below by August 2, 2021.
Which ESSER III prevention and mitigation strategies should be prioritized for funding (check your top four priority areas).
Coordinating preparedness and response efforts with State, local, Tribal, and territorial public health departments to prevent, prepare for, and respond to COVID-19.
Training and professional development on sanitizing and minimizing the spread of infectious disease.
Purchasing supplies to sanitize and clean the district's facilities.
Repairing and improving school facilities to reduce risk of virus transmission and exposure to environmental health hazards.
Improving indoor air quality.
Tailoring prevention and mitigation strategies to address the needs of children from low-income families, children with disabilities, English learners, racial and ethnic minorities, students experiencing homelessness, and foster care youth.
Purchasing educational technology (including hardware, software, connectivity, assistive technology, and adaptive equipment).
Developing strategies and implementing public health protocols including, to the greatest extent practicable, policies in line with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for operating schools to effectively maintain the health and safety of students, educators, and staff.
Planning for activities in the event of long-term closures, including providing meals to eligible students and providing technology for online learning.
20% of the ESSER III funds must be set aside to address the academic impact of learning loss or to accelerate learning through evidence-based interventions. Please check the areas below you see as priorities (check your top four priority areas).
Use of evidence based accelerated learning interventions for literacy.
Use of evidence based accelerated learning interventions in mathematics.
Use of evidence based accelerated learning interventions in social-emotional-behavioral health (SEBH), including mental health.
Attendance at/membership in the Leadership Academy established by the Iowa Department of Education to help districts and schools implement evidence based practices.
Attendance at/membership in the Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health (SEBH) Academy established by the Iowa Department of Education to help districts implement evidence based practices.
Participation in the FAST for Success Literacy Exploratory Project
Providing mental health services and supports.
Planning and implementing summer learning opportunities and after-school programs.
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