MSAD 31 ESSER III/ARP Federal Relief Funds
US Department of Education: ARP Purpose of Funds
To implement prevention and mitigation strategies (aligned with CDC guidance to the greatest extent practicable).
To address the academic impacts of lost instructional time through evidence-based interventions that respond to the academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs of all students and particularly underserved student groups.
US Department of Education: ARP Requirements
Meaningful consultation with stakeholders and opportunities for public comment for both the ARP Use of funds plan and SAU Plan for Safe Return to In-Person Instruction.
Minimum of 20% Reservation project- must be targeted and evidence-based interventions to address loss of instructional time.
Relevance: Project descriptions must make direct connections to the COVID 19 pandemic.
Timeliness: An urgent return to safe in-person instruction and funding must address needs caused by the pandemic as quickly, safely, and efficiently as possible.
MSAD 31 Cumulative Federal Amount: $1,599,570.61
Student Supports - $634,570
Art Teacher Position HMS/PVHS
Extended School Day: Tutoring Program Grades HMS/PVHS
Interventionist Teacher ESS
Summer Programming and Enrichment
Individual Supplies, Curriculum and Instructional Materials
Staff Supports - $79,000
Professional Development (Trauma, Restorative Practices and Social Emotional Learning, etc)
Additional hours for substitutes, transportation dept., and custodians
Technology - $121,000
Chromebooks & Cases
Classroom based technology needs
Food Service Laptops
Facilities, Instructional Spaces and Transportation - $765,000
Head Custodian Position
Renovation to increase Instructional Spaces
Ventilation ESS Window Project
Air Quality ESS Boiler replacement
2 Bus Purchase
PPE Supplies and Equipment (touchless equipment)
Please consider filling out this brief survey: MSAD 31 ARP Use of Funds Survey