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School Resources

Maximizing ESSER Funding for Your School

Congress has provided financial support through the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund that allocates dollars to each state in the same proportion as their Title I, Part A grants.

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act included $13 billion in ESSER funds as of March 2020. Another $54 billion was allocated as of December 2020 through the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations (CRRSA) Act. In March 2021, another $122 billion was scheduled through the American Rescue Plan (ARP) for ESSER III (“ARP ESSER”).

How Districts Can Use ESSER Funds

ESSER funds can be used on any “activity authorized by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.” ESSER II and III legislation specifies that funds can be used to address learning loss. Your ESSER funds can be used for:

  • Assessments
  • Identifying and addressing unfinished learning
  • Instructional materials
  • After school/extended day
  • Summer learning
  • Professional development
  • Mental health services
  • Software, hardware, connectivity
  • Teacher’s pay

How HamiltonBuhl® Is Helping

HamiltonBuhl® is providing numerous resources necessary to maximize ESSER funding contributions – outfitting schools with products that are specifically-aligned and designed to meet ESSER requirements.

Relief
State-by-State

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Strategies to Reopen
Safely after COVID-19

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Guidelines for
Relief Funding

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Safety & Relief Funds Available to You!

ESSER – C.A.R.E.S. – Headstart

What Products are Aligned with ESSER Funding?

Basic Resources

Providing resources needed for individual schools


In-School and Hybrid/Remote Learning

Planning for and coordinating long-term closures (including on meeting IDEA requirements, how to provide online learning):



Educational Technology

Purchasing educational technology (hardware, software, and connectivity), that aids in the regular and substantive educational interaction between students and instructors, including low-income students and students with disabilities, which may include assistive or adaptive technology:


Supplemental Learning

Summer learning and supplemental after-school programs, including providing classroom instruction or online learning and addressing the needs of low-income students, students with disabilities, English learners, migrant students, students experiencing homelessness, and children in foster care:


“Boost-Up” for Individual Schools

Discretionary funds for principals to address the needs of their individual schools:


 

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