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Oxford City, American Rescue Plan (ARP) ESSER - Fiscal Year 2021 (Rev 0)
 
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Cover Page & Required Narratives

Superintendent of Schools 
Name*
ARP ESSER Point of Contact 
Name*
Role*
Phone*
Ext
Required Narratives 
How does the LEA plan to use funds to implement prevention and mitigation strategies in order to continuously and safely operate schools for in-person learning?
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ARP ESSER III funds may be used to implement prevention and mitigation strategies that are, to the greatest extent practicable, consistent with the most recent Alabama Department of Public Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance on reopening schools. We are strongly encouraging the use of face masks for staff and students inside of schools. Students K-12 who ride Oxford City Schools’ buses must wear face coverings while on the bus. We will continue to purchase adequate cleaning supplies to clean school facilities, buses, and frequently touched surfaces. In addition, hand sanitizer will continue to be purchased and placed within each classroom, common areas, and on buses; sanitation wipes will be available for use in our schools. 

The Oxford City School District plans to use a portion of the ESSER 3 funds for renovation and remediation of the restrooms, windows and HVAC units at Oxford Elementary School. The School facility repairs and improvements will reduce risk of virus transmission and exposure to environmental health hazards, and to support student health needs. The plan includes expanding the hand washing capabilities, upgrade stall partitions in student restrooms to improve cleanliness, sanitation, and additional space for social distancing and separation. Installation of touch less faucets and automatic toilet flush devices in the restrooms as well as water bottle fillers throughout the school that will minimize contact in otherwise very high-touch areas. Additional ventilation in the restrooms will improve air flow. Expanded safe storage locations will be added for cleaning and disinfecting supplies. Facility improvements necessary for upgrading ventilation and air conditioning systems include plans to upgrade faulty and troublesome HVAC units in the school that will improve the air quality in areas of buildings where HVAC systems are outdated or unreliable. Upgrading or replacing HVAC units will improve air flow and quality and reduce exposure to environmental health hazards. Also, the windows in classrooms that are improperly sealed and are not able to be opened will be replaced to allow additional fresh air into the building.

 
STRATEGIES:
  1. All stakeholders will be encouraged to wash and sanitize their hands frequently.

  2. Signage related to preferred sanitary practices will be posted on all campuses in both English and Spanish.

  3. Social distancing will be practiced whenever practicable.

  4. Masks are recommended for all stakeholders, but not required

  5. Students will be encouraged to  avoid sharing objects with other students, including water bottles, devices, writing instruments, and books.

  6. All stakeholders will be encouraged to  use hand sanitizer (that contains at least 60% alcohol.) 

  7. Custodial staff will conduct regular cleaning throughout the school day.

How will the LEA ensure that the evidence-based interventions will address the academic impact of lost instructional time and ensure that those interventions respond to the academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs of all students including underrepresented student subgroups (each major racial and ethnic group, children from low-income families, children with disabilities, English Learners, gender, migrant students, students experiencing homelessness, and children and youth in foster care) and those who are particularly impacted disproportionately by the COVID-19 pandemic?
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Oxford City Schools has developed plans to address the learning loss of students in each school utilizing current resources and/or additional sources of funding. We will use a portion of the ARP ESSER funds to address the academic impact of lost instructional time through the implementation of evidence-based interventions. Strategies the district will utilize include providing comprehensive after-school care and tutoring to address loss of learning for students not meeting current grade-level standards. Summer Learning camps will address closing gaps caused by lost instructional time during the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school year for students not meeting current academic expectations. During the after-school tutoring and summer learning camps, students not meeting learning expectations will be engaged with evidence-based programs facilitated by highly-qualified staff members. Multiple evidence-based intervention programs to address reading deficits will include SPIRE, Heggerty Phonics, and Read180; in addition, students will be assessed using iReady standards mastery and diagnostics. Additional teachers intervention programs. The district will also provide access to high-quality training for staff on evidence-based strategies and/or programs the district implements.  Oxford City Schools will continue the implementation of Rhithm, a social and emotional check-in screening tool for staff and students, which provides a quick, data-based activity or intervention to regulate emotional well-being.
  1. Students will be assessed during the first two weeks of school; the results will determine their placement for intervention classes.  The intervention lessons will be tailored to best suit their academic needs. Students are assigned to these intervention groups based on the level of need. 

  2. Students classified as homeless are automatically enrolled into any Title I services available in their school and may enroll in the extended day program for homework help and after-school care.

  3. EL students will receive regular support from the EL teacher.

  4. Extended day program will provide homework help, tutoring, and enrichment activities.

  5. Information about summer programs and extended day program will be provided to students and parents in their preferred language.

  6. Research-based intervention programs will be utilized to help close gaps for all students demonstrating need.

How will the LEA comply with the requirements of section 427 of GEPA (20 U.S.C. 1228a)?
The description must include information on the steps the LEA proposes to take to permit students, teachers, and other program beneficiaries to overcome barriers (including barriers based on gender, race, color, national origin, disability, and age) that impede equal access to, or participation in, the ESSER III program.
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  1. Oxford City Schools will ensure that no student or teacher will be denied participation based on gender, race, national origin, color, disability, or age. Some of the following processes will ensure our desire to overcome barriers that could impede access to participation in the ARP ESSER program: 

    1. Regular cleaning the schools and provision of items such as hand sanitizer and sanitation supplies will help prevent the spread of COVID-19 among all students, staff, and families. 

    2. To ensure students with disabilities who are on the virtual pathway receive FAPE, we will provide virtual instruction by OCS-employed certified teachers in grades K-6 and utilize ACCESS for grades 7-12.  A special education teacher will ensure they receive appropriate services.

    3. Our district will use ARP ESSER grant funds for professional development to provide teachers access to best practices to decrease learning loss and accelerate learning for all students.


How will the LEA actively monitor their allocations, conduct interim audits to ensure an appropriate application of funds, collect and manage data elements required to be reported, and report this information to the community?
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  1. The Federal Programs Liaison and CSFO will actively monitor grant allocations and prepare budgets, schedules, and amendments as necessary to ensure compliance with statutory requirements. 

    Additionally, the Federal Programs Liaison will collect and manage all required data elements by developing and maintaining systems of collaboration with relevant program directors and supervisors in required data collection. 

    Required reporting elements will be posted on the Oxford City Schools public website. 

    The Federal Programs Liaison will audit all purchases prior to the obligation of funds to ensure funds are expended as approved in the ARP ESSER III grant applications. The CSFO will audit expenditures prior to requesting grant reimbursements and maintain documentation necessary for year-end audit reporting. 

    Additional responsibilities include developing systems for assuring compliance with program requirements, monitoring program activities for progress and compliance, and evaluating program results against the stated program goals and objectives.


How will the LEA meaningfully engage with families and communities throughout the life of the ARP ESSER and other relief funds?
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  1. Meaningful consultation with stakeholders (e.g., parents, students, school and district administrators (including special education administrators), teachers, principals, school leaders, other educators, community members, and community partners).

  2. OCS Stakeholder Survey to solicit input from students, parents, community members, community partners and OCS Staff.

  3. Math and reading activities at local schools

  4. Post plan and periodic reviews to website 

Provide the URL for the LEA Return-to-Instruction Plan.
*https://www.oxfordcityschools.com/cms/lib/AL50000704/Centricity/Domain/4/OCS%20Return%20to%20In-Person%20Instruction%20Plan.pdf

LEA Reservation to Address Loss of Instructional Time

LEAs must reserve at least 20 percent of funds to address loss of instructional time through the implementation of evidence-based interventions and ensure that those interventions respond to students' social, emotional, and academic needs and address the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on underrepresented student subgroups.

For this reservation of funds, the following interventions are allowable:
1. Summer Learning & Summer Enrichment Programs
2. Extended Day Programs
3. Comprehensive After-School Programs
4. Extended School Year Programs
5. Other – See Intervention box E for more details.

Budget Amount & Details for Interventions Amount 
Intervention A (Summer Learning & Summer Enrichment Programs)
Intervention B (Extended Day Programs)
Intervention C (Comprehensive After-School Programs)
Intervention D (Extended School Year Programs)
Intervention E (Other)
Total Cost:


Intervention A (Summer Learning & Summer Enrichment Programs) 
Provide the following information for Intervention A (Summer Learning & Summer Enrichment Programs):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Example:
ARP ESSER funds will be used to host a Summer Enrichment Camp during the Summer of 2023. The camp will run for two weeks for four days a week. Subjects to be covered are science, technology, engineering, mathematics and reading. We will purchase general supplies such as pencils, notebooks, glue, color pencils, copy paper, etc. to effectively run the program. We will also purchase ELA & Math manipulatives to help improve student achievement. Additionally, we will purchase an online subscription to XYZ Company for the duration of the summer program to assist our participating EL students with the curriculum (See attached job description). Total cost: $109,030.00
[Cont.]
9130 - [010-199] (Salaries) $54,450.00 | 9130 - [200-299] (Benefits) $11,430.00
9130 - [400-499] (Materials and Supplies) $2,800.00 | 9130 - [400-499] (Software) $20,000.00
4120 - [010-199] (Bus Driver Salaries) $12,500.00 | 4120 - [200-299] (Bus Driver Benefits) $3,200.00
4120 - [300-399] (Mileage for Buses) $4,650.00

ARP ESSER funds will be used to host a summer learning program that addresses learning loss due to COVID.  Students will receive instruction in reading and math as well as some enrichment activities that address social and emotional learning.

Transportation will be provided for all students to and from the school. Paraprofessionals will be provided should a student's IEP require the assistance of a paraprofessional. A nurse will be provided if there is a student who is in need of invasive procedures while at camp.

Students' learning will be measured using iReady diagnostics, Read180 and Math180 inventories, and teacher observation.

Timeline: Summer 2021, Summer 2022, Summer 2023, and Summer 2024.  The program will run for approximately seven hours per day, four days. week, for four weeks. 

40 certified personnel will be utilized to ensure small groups (40 FTEs).

We will utilize Read 180 and Math 180 intervention programs, which are blended learning solutions that incorporate up-to-date research and practice with a deep commitment to using evidence and efficacy to inform and drive instruction.  Additionally, ELA & Math hands-on manipulatives to help improve student achievement will be purchased and utilized. 

1100 - [010-199] Salaries: $473,200

1100 - [200-299] Benefits: $94,640

TOTAL: $567,840

Intervention B (Extended Day Programs) 
Provide the following information for Intervention B (Extended Day Programs):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Intervention C (Comprehensive After-School Programs) 
Provide the following information for Intervention C (Comprehensive After-School Programs):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)

ARP ESSER funds will be used to provide after-school tutoring (homework assistance and remediation services) by highly qualified, certified staff for students in grades PK-4 as part of a comprehensive after-school program.  Tutoring/intervention services will be at a minimum of two hours a week after school. Students who receive tutoring have a deficit in grade level coursework and need remediation and/or recovery of skills in any or all content areas. Students' learning will be evaluated using iReady diagnostics and OCS common formative assessments.  Materials such as paper, pencils, colored pencils, copy paper, etc., will be purchased to effectively run the program.  We will also purchase ELA and math manipulatives to help improve student achievement.  Transportation may be provided for students if needed. A nurse will be provided if there is a student who is in need of invasive procedures while at after school tutoring.

EL, special needs, and homeless students will be encouraged to participate.

Timeline: October 1, 2021, through May 31, 2024.  The program will last approximately 3.5 hours per day, 5 (school) days per week during the school term.

Number of employees: 5 per school -- 15 total -- 15.0 FTEs

9130 - [010-199] Salaries: 3.5 hours per day times 175 school days times 15 employees times $35 per hour = $321,562.50 per year times 3 years = $964,687.50

9130 - [200-299] Benefits: $192,937.50

9130- [400-499] Materials and Supplies: $27,010.72

Total: $1,184,635.72
Intervention D (Extended School Year Programs) 
Provide the following information for Intervention D (Extended School Year Programs):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Intervention E (Other) 
Provide the following information for Intervention E (Other):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
NOTE: If an LEA chooses to use the "Other" intervention option, the LEA must attach documentation in the Related Documents section that shows that the Intervention is evidence-based (Tier I | Tier II | Tier III | Tier IV).

4. Remaining ARP ESSER Fund Uses

The remaining LEA funds after the LEA Reservation to Address Loss of Instructional Time can be used for a wide range of activities to address needs arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. Please refer to the allowable uses document in the Document Library for more guidance.

Budget Amount & Details for Additional Uses (Include Name for Other Categories) Amount 
Category 1 (Personnel)
Category 2 (Technology & Online Subscriptions)
Category 3 (Facility Improvements)
Category 4 (Professional Development)
Category 5 (Curriculum Materials & Assessments)
Category 6 (Parent & Family Engagement Activities)
Category 7 (Other)
Category 8 (Other)
Category 9 (Other)
Category 10 (Other)
Category 11 (Other)
Category 12 (Other)
Administrative Costs (must be reasonable and necessary)
Indirect Costs (maximum amount is the unrestricted rate)
Total Cost:


Category 1 (Personnel) 
Provide the following information for Category 1 (Personnel):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Example #1:
ARP ESSER funds will be used to employ two system-wide EL teachers (2.0 FTE) for the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 school years to assist with the consistent increase of EL students within the district. In addition to working with students, the EL teachers will work with classroom teachers to ensure appropriate instructional strategies are implemented. (See job description in Related Documents section.)
Total cost: $550,880.00 | 1100 - [010-199] (Salaries) $354,450.00 | 1100 - [200-299] (Benefits) $196,430.00
Example #2:
ARP ESSER funds will be used to employ certified teachers and paraprofessionals for the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 school years to assist with closing the achievement gap of students within the district. The following list identifies the number of teachers and paraprofessionals at each school: School A - 2 Paraprofessionals (2.0 FTE); School B - 1 Teacher (1.0 FTE) & 1 Paraprofessional (1.0 FTE). (See job description in Related Documents section.)
Total cost: $417,813.00 | 1100 - [010-199] (Salaries) $321,123.00 | 1100 - [200-299] (Benefits) $96,690.00

ARP ESSER funds will be used to employ the following personnel:

a. 10 certified teachers (10.0 FTEs) for FY22, FY23, and FY24 for the purpose of reducing class size in an effort to assist with closing the achievement gap of students within the district. (See job description in Related Documents section.)

b. 4 certified teachers (4.0 FTEs) for FY22, FY23, and FY24 for the purpose of providing a behavior "cool down" classroom in each of OCS's elementary schools. (See job description in Related Documents section.)

c. 4 non-certified paraprofessionals (4.0 FTEs) for FY22, FY34, and FY24 as classroom assistants in the behavior "cool down" classrooms.  (See job description in Related Documents section.)

1100 - [010-199] (Salaries) $1,633,333

1100 - [200-299] (Benefits) $326,667

TOTAL: $1,960,000

Category 2 (Technology & Online Subscriptions) 
Provide the following information for Category 2 (Technology & Online Subscriptions):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Example:
ARP ESSER funds will be used to purchase Chromebooks, Chromebook carts, document cameras, and touch screen panels to increase academic technology usage and improve student achievement. ARP ESSER funds will also purchase a subscription to ABC (all subscriptions will expire prior to September 30, 2024).
Total Cost: $432,158.00 | 1100 - [300-399] (Software License) $30,000.00 | 1100 - [400-499] (Technology) $402,158.00

ARP ESSER funds will be used to purchase the following technological applications to be utilized by teachers during FY22, FY23, and FY24:

a. Padlet, an interactive and collaborative tool used to create a single or multiple walls to house videos, images, documents, and audio, which encourages heightened engagement among teacher, students, other teachers, and even parents and guardians. $24,000  

b. Pear Deck Slides help teachers engage every student in the instruction process and give formative assessments. Pear Deck supports an interactive and community-focused classroom that helps students build confidence and comprehension. $48,510

c. Pivot Interactives encourage student involvement in scientific practices and procedures as an important means to help students build their scientific understanding. One way of doing this is through student hands-on use of probes, sensors, and other technology tools for data collection, analysis, and (often) visualization of findings.  $5,287.42

d. ELLevation is an instructional resource that enables teachers to differentiate instruction for students in a variety of multilingual programs in all grades and content areas. Ellevation offers more than 80 classroom activities that all classroom teachers can easily incorporate into existing lessons, ensuring best-practice instruction for making language and content accessible to every learner.  Further, this program facilitates communication among the ESL teacher, administration, faculty, and parents. $11,400

Additionally, ARP ESSER will be utilized to purchase cameras and equipment such as 360 degree cameras to encourage heightened views within the classrooms being used to produce virtual lessons as well as Swivel pivoting devices and software to enhance the learning experience by carefully following the teacher and enhancing his/her voice during instruction. We will also purchase video hosting and licensing to allow Oxford City Schools to build a repository of video lessons to use with students on a fully virtual pathway as well as those who are periodically quarantined for Covid. $1,124,200

1100 [400-499] TOTAL: $1,213,397.42

 

Category 3 (Facility Improvements) 
Provide the following information for Category 3 (Facility Improvements):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Example:
ARP ESSER funds will be used to replace 3 air conditioner units at ABC Elementary School, install 2 new air conditioner units at EFG Middle School, and repair 1 air conditioner unit at IJK High School. All services will be completed by June 2024. Total Cost: $55,500.00
7200 - [500-599] (Capitalized Units) $18,500.00 | 3200 - [400-499] (Non-Capitalized Units and Supplies for Repairs) $37,000.00

The Oxford City School District plans to use a portion of the ESSER 3 funds for renovation and remediation of the restrooms, windows and HVAC units at Oxford Elementary School. The School facility repairs and improvements will reduce risk of virus transmission and exposure to environmental health hazards, and to support student health needs. The plan includes expanding the hand washing capabilities, upgrade stall partitions in student restrooms to improve cleanliness, sanitation, and additional space for social distancing and separation. Installation of touch less faucets and automatic toilet flush devices in the restrooms as well as water bottle fillers throughout the school that will minimize contact in otherwise very high-touch areas. Additional ventilation in the restrooms will improve air flow. Expanded safe storage locations will be added for cleaning and disinfecting supplies. Facility improvements necessary for upgrading ventilation and air conditioning systems include plans to upgrade faulty and troublesome HVAC units in the school that will improve the air quality in areas of buildings where HVAC systems are outdated or unreliable. Upgrading or replacing HVAC units will improve air flow and quality and reduce exposure to environmental health hazards. Also, the windows in classrooms that are improperly sealed and are not able to be opened will be replaced to allow additional fresh air into the building.

3200-3900 [931-999] $1,500,000

Total Cost: $1,500,000


Category 4 (Professional Development) 
Provide the following information for Category 4 (Professional Development):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Example:
ARP ESSER funds will be used to provide ongoing, high quality professional development for administrators, teachers, and other instructional staff that support increased student achievement in all core subject areas.
- Consultants: Our mathematics adoption textbook company (ABC Company) will provide high quality professional development in October 2021 and December 2021 to all teachers within the LEA to prepare them for the COS adoption. Total Cost: $14,000.00 | 2215 - [300-399] (Consultants) $14,000
- Stipends: Teachers and other instructional support staff will be provided a stipend to participate in professional development that is outside of their contracted hours during the Spring of 2022. Total Cost: $19,230.00 | 2215 - [010-199] (Stipends) $11,456.00 | 2215 - [200-299] (Benefits) $7,774.00
[Cont.]
- Substitutes: Teachers will work collaboratively during the school day to develop curriculum maps and common formative assessments once a quarter for the 2022-2023 school year for a total of 4 days. Our LEA uses ABC Company for subs, so all subs are contractual, and no benefits are provided. Total Cost: $18,000.00 | 2215 - [300-399] (Contract for Subs) $18,000
- Materials and Supplies: General supplies will be needed for all professional development sessions to include but not limited to chart paper, easels, paper, notebooks, pens, pencils, markers, colored pencils, etc. Total Cost: $3,400.00 | 2215 - [400-499] (Supplies & Materials) $3,400.00
[Cont.]
- Conference Attendance: 6 Teachers & 2 Administrators will attend the MEGA Conference (Mobile, AL) in July 2022 to be provided professional development from the ALSDE to support student achievement. Travel costs will include hotel, per diem, and mileage. Total Cost: $22,000.00 | 2215 - [600-899] (Registration) $4,000.00 | 2215 - [300-399] (Travel) $18,000.00
ARP ESSER funds will be used to provide ongoing, high quality professional development and coaching for instructional staff that supports their creation and usage of a library of high-quality, recorded video lessons that can be used by students on the virtual pathway or for remediation.
 
Consultants from Howard Technology Solutions -- Professional development to ensure teachers fully understand the process of creating, housing, and utilizing video lessons that enhance the learning experience for virtual and quarantined students.  Timeline: FY22, FY23, FY24   Cost: $4,000.00

Professional development for the implementation of the Spire intervention program, a comprehensive and multisensory reading intervention and instructional program that integrates phonological awareness, phonics, handwriting, fluency, vocabulary, spelling, and comprehension in an instructional design that is based upon how struggling readers learn. This program targets students with characteristics of dyslexia, or Specific Learning Disabilities, or students who need direct, systematic, sequential instruction in reading. Timeline: FY22   Cost: $5,500.00

1100 [300-399) -- $9,500.00

Total Cost: $9,500.00

Category 5 (Curriculum Materials & Assessments) 
Provide the following information for Category 5 (Curriculum Materials & Assessments):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Example:
ARP ESSER funds will be used to purchase assessment supplies and materials to help provide real time data to increase student achievement. These will include actual assessments and general supplies. All services will be purchased by the end of the 2021-2022 school year.
Total Cost: $8,791.00 | 2130 - [400-499] (Assessment Supplies & Materials) $8,791.00

ARP ESSER funds will be utilized to purchase StemScopes for elementary grades for the purpose of increasing student achievement in the area of science as well as their investigative and critical thinking skills. StemScopes is an immersive, interactive approach to learning that helps students retain knowledge as it sparks interest through hands-on activities that are multimodal, using digital manipulatives, game-based learning for workstations, real-world reading, and media connections

Timeline: FY22, FY23, FY24   Cost: $116,200

ARP ESSER funds will be utilized to purchase basic classroom supplies (e.g., paper, pencils, markers, hands-on manipulatives, behavior-appropriate furnishings, etc.) for classrooms created for the purpose of class size reduction and behavior "cool down" classrooms.

Timeline: FY22, FY23, FY24    Cost: $75,437.86

Headphones will be purchased to help students concentrate better and more intensely focus while working in their intervention programs. $15,000

 

TOTAL: 1100 [400-499] $206,637.86

 

Category 6 (Parent & Family Engagement Activities) 
Provide the following information for Category 6 (Parent & Family Engagement Activities):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Example:
ARP ESSER funds will be used to purchase family handouts and resources for our Family Literacy Night in 2021 and 2022. The resources will include ELA and Math manipulatives and supplies needed to create family activities.
Total Cost: $4,500.00 | 2190 - [400-499] (Supplies and Materials) $4,500.00
Category 7 (Other) 
Provide the following information for Category 7 (Other):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Category 8 (Other) 
Provide the following information for Category 8 (Other):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Category 9 (Other) 
Provide the following information for Category 9 (Other):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Category 10 (Other) 
Provide the following information for Category 10 (Other):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Category 11 (Other) 
Provide the following information for Category 11 (Other):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)
Category 12 (Other) 
Provide the following information for Category 12 (Other):
1) Brief description and timeline for each service (service must end by 9/30/2024)
2) Number of employees and FTE(s) (if applicable)
3) Itemized Budget using Function & Object codes (must match Budget Grid)


Administrative Costs 
Program Administration must be reasonable and necessary in order to manage the federal grant in a compliant and effective manner.*
Provide a summary of how the grant program will be administered, including the title of the staff responsible for the grant administration, the FTE(s), and other funding sources (if applicable) that will contribute to administrative staff salaries/benefits. Additionally, the description must include all estimated costs, match the administrative costs dollar amount listed above, and include the Function and Object codes associated with the charge.


Indirect Costs 
Indirect Costs represent the expenses of doing business that are not readily identified with the ARP ESSER but are necessary for the general operation of the organization and the conduct of activities it performs. These costs must be reasonable and necessary, and LEAs can use the unrestricted indirect cost rate for calculation.*
% - Unrestricted Indirect Cost Rate for LEA
Maximum Indirect Cost amount for the ARP ESSER Fund
Function/Object Code used on the Budget Grid

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