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Color - Light RedFill out consultation date
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Verification
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APS Charter Name
New Mexico International School
Remaining to allocate
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APS Charter Allocation$1,047,143.80$0.00
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Interim allocation 2/3 amount$698,095.87$0.00
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1/3 amount$349,047.93$0.00
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Reserve funds 20%OPTIONAL Additional Reserve
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Narrative: "Narrative Response Directions:
-Please be specific to how these funds will meet the needs of underrepresented student groups"
Narrative: "Narrative Response Directions:
-Please be specific to how these funds will meet the needs of underrepresented student groups"
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Salaries for Reading and Math Intervention Coordinators and materials to provide exceptional academic support to students, addressing potential learning loss related to the CV19 pandemic.www.evidenceforessa.org to be used as the resource for this. Enter Narritive Here
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Please check box if answer is Yes, leave blank if No20 % of 2/3 Allocation Amount20% of 1/3 Allocation Amount2/3 Allocation Amount1/3 Allocation Amount
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$139,619.17$69,809.59
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Activities to address the Social Emotional Needs of all students$69,809.59$34,904.80
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Activities to address the Academic Needs of all students$69,809.59$34,904.80
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Activities that go above and beyond all services offered to all students to address the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on underrepresented student subgroups:
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Students from each racial or ethnic group (e.g., identifying disparities and focusing on underserved student groups by race or ethnicity)
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Students from low-income families
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Children with disabilities (including infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities eligible under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (“IDEA”))
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English learners
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Gender (e.g., identifying disparities and focusing on underserved student groups by gender)
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Migratory students
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Students experiencing homelessness
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Children and youth in foster care
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SUBTOTAL$139,619.17$69,809.59$0.00$0.00
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Activities to Address Needs
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Funds may be used for a wide range of activities to address needs arising from the coronavirus
pandemic, including any activity authorized by the following Acts.
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Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Narrative
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Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Narrative
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Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA) Narrative
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Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 (Perkins CTE) Narrative
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SUBTOTAL$0.00$0.00
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Response Efforts - COVID 19
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Training and professional development on sanitizing and minimizing the spread of infectious diseases
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Purchasing supplies to sanitize and clean the LEA’s facilities$126,315.002600-51100-1615
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For two additional custodian workers
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Repairing and improving school facilities to reduce risk of virus transmission and exposure to environmental health hazards
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The school will install windows that may let in fresh air into rooms. Installation of permanent hand washing station outside.
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Improving indoor air quality
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The school will upgrade/replace HVAC system componets on campus
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Addressing the needs of children from low-income families, children with disabilities, English learners, racial and ethnic minorities, students experiencing homelessness, and foster care youth
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Developing and implementing procedures and systems to improve the preparedness and response efforts of LEAs$85,157.002100-51100-1216
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Health Assistant and CV19 Testing/Point Person
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Planning for or implementing activities during long-term closures, including providing meals to eligible students and providing technology for online learning
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Purchasing educational technology (including hardware, software, connectivity, assistive technology, and adaptive equipment) for students that aids in regular and substantive educational interaction between students and their classroom instructors, including students from low-income families and children with disabilities (see above for additional requirements for this activity)
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Providing mental health services and supports, including through the implementation of evidence based full-service community schools and hiring of counselors
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Planning and implementing activities related to summer learning and supplemental after-school programs
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Addressing learning loss
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Other activities that are necessary to maintain operation of and continuity of and services, including continuing to employ existing or hiring new LEA and school staff. $432,161.70$279,238.3451100, 51300 and 2600-5733151100, 51300 and 2600-57331
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Retention and hiring of additonal educational support and operations staff to support increased needs related to the pandemic Funds set aside for this are no longer enough due to rising costs related to the pandemic. In additon, the funds set aside have decreased due to a decrease in enrollment due to the pademic. HVAC install for IT room.
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Coordinating preparedness and response efforts with State, local, Tribal, and territorial public health departments to prevent, prepare for, and respond to COVID-19.
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SUBTOTAL$558,476.70$279,238.34
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Program Consultation
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Interim Final Requirement: Under this requirement, an SEA must engage in meaningful consultation with various stakeholder groups on its ARP ESSER plan and give the public an opportunity to provide input on the development of the plan and take such input into account. Specifically, an SEA is required to consult with students; families; Tribes (if applicable); civil rights organizations (including disability rights organizations); school and district administrators (including special education administrators); superintendents; charter school leaders (if applicable); teachers, principals, school leaders, other educators, school staff, and their unions; and stakeholders representing the interests of children with disabilities, English learners, children experiencing homelessness, children in foster care, migratory students, children who are incarcerated, and other underserved students in the development of its ARP ESSER plan. Under the requirement, an SEA must also provide the public with the opportunity to provide input in the development of the plan and take such input into account.
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*Meaningful consultation means each stakeholder group was afforded multiple opportunities to provide feedback on the LEAs ARP application prior to the application being submitted. Pursuant to 2 C.F.R. § 200.332(a)(5), all sub recipients as identified in Exhibit A, attached to this sub award, must permit PED and auditors access to records and financial statements as necessary.
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To the extent present, describe how the LEA has meaningfully engaged the following stakeholder groups:Date(s) ConsultedDate(s) Consulted
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Students7/21/217/23
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Families7/21/217/23
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School and district administrators (including Special Education administrators)7/21/217/23
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Teachers7/21/217/23
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Principals7/21/217/23
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School leaders7/21/217/23
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Other educators7/21/217/23
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School support personnel7/21/217/23
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Unionsn/an/a
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Tribes(if applicable)n/an/a
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Civil rights organizations (including disability rights organizations)n/an/a
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Superintendents7/21/217/23
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Charter school leaders (if applicable)7/21/217/23
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Stakeholders representing the interests of:
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Children with disabilities7/21/217/23
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English learners7/21/217/23
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Children experiencing homelessness7/21/217/23