Use of Funds Plan: ARP/ESSER
American Rescue Plan (ARP)
Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Application
Use of Funds Plan - Updated March 2023
ACADIA Academy accepts funding through the American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief funds. As part of ARP ESSER the provides the public with information regarding its planned use of funds.
ACADIA Academy accepts funding through the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds. As a part of ARP ESSER, the school provided a reasonable opportunity for public comment on the application and considered comments prior to submission of the application. The school’s funding allocation is: $638,970. A minimum of twenty percent of these funds must be set aside to address student learning loss.
The school’s planning team submitted and received approval for the following use of these funds to implement prevention and/or mitigation strategies caused by COVID-19. The strategies include:
A minimum of twenty percent of funds must be set aside to address student learning loss.
The school has identified the following strategies:
Student Learning Loss - educators will provide student academic support throughout the year as a result of learning loss due to COVID-19, and provide educational materials and supplies to support this work.
Safety Measures - provide classroom and school building monitors to support social distancing and other safety measures, as well as student emotional support.
Mental Health Support - provide mental health services delivered by a qualified professional to support students to mitigate the challenges experienced due to COVID-19.
Throughout the year, the school’s planning and implementation team gathers and reviews school-level data to ensure the best use of these funds, and may make modifications, as allowed and if needed.
If you have thoughts you would like to share about the school’s strategies, please do so by emailing the school directly at: email@example.com
We look forward to any input you would like to provide.
Casey Baugher, Director