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The ARP Act requires each district to submit two supplemental plans as part of their ESSER III grant:
The ESSER III District Plans were due on October 20th, 2021. Districts do not need to ask for permission to change the way they spend their ESSER III dollars in between required updates, as long as the expenditures are allowable under the law. Please see the
ESSER III Eligible Uses of Funds document for the full list of eligible uses.
NEW: Districts are required to complete the first update to their Integrated Planning Tools (IPTs) as part of this year's
ESSER data collection (due May 6th). Please note the IPT template has been updated. For more information on the required update, please refer to the District Plan Guide linked below.
Assurances regarding readiness of schools to respond to communicable diseases during the 2023-24 school year are due August 25, 2023 or prior to the start of the school year, whichever comes first.
To see what's changed from the 2022-23 school year to the 2023-24 school year, here you will find the Instructions and Tools and the Plan Template with green text to indicate the shift from a School-Level COVID-19 Management Plan to the School-Level Communicable Disease Management Plan.
The School-level Communicable Disease Management Plans:
Because the School-level Communicable Disease Management Plans meet multiple requirements, both school districts and charter schools are required to complete them.
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