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    ESSER III Use of Funds Plan

    The intent and purpose of the ARP Act of 2021, ESSER III funding is to help safely reopen and sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on students.

    Birdville ISD has an initial allocation of $26,004,497 and a remaining allocation of $13,002,248 for a grant total of $39,006,745.

    The allowable window for use of these funds is March 13, 2020 – September 30, 2024.

    Birdville ISD intends to use the ESSER III Funds for the following years for all categories listed below:

    • 2021-2022, including summer 2022
    • 2022-2023, including summer 2023
    • 2023-2024, including summer 2024 (carryover period)

     

    • Any activity authorized under Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)
    • Any activity authorized under Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
    • Purchasing educational technology (hardware, software, and connectivity) for students that aids in regular/substantive educational interaction between students and instructors, including low-income students and SWD, which may include assistive technology or adaptive equipment
    • Providing mental health services and supports, including through implementation of evidence based full-service community schools
    • Planning and implementing activities related to summer learning -- providing classroom instruction or online learning during summer months and addressing the needs of low-income students, SWD, English learners, migrant students, students experiencing homelessness, & children in foster care
    • Planning and implementing activities related to supplemental afterschool programs -- providing classroom instruction or online learning addressing the needs of low-income students, SWD, English learners, migrant students, students ­­experiencing homelessness, & children in foster care
    • Addressing learning loss among LEA students, including low-income students, SWD, English learners, racial & ethnic minorities, students experiencing homelessness, & children in foster care -- Administering and using high-quality assessments
    • Addressing learning loss among LEA students, including low-income students, SWD, English learners, racial & ethnic minorities, students experiencing homelessness, & children in foster care -- Implementing evidence-based activities to meet the comprehensive needs of students
    • Other activities that are necessary to maintain the operation of and continuity of services in the LEA
    • Other activities that are necessary to continuing to employ existing staff of the LEA

     

     

    ESSER III Spending Plan

    Initial

    Remaining

    Total

    BISD Allocation

    26,004,497

    13,002,248

    39,006,745

    Indirect Cost (14.139%)

    (3,676,776)

    (1,838,388)

    (5,515,164)

    Available for Program Expenditures

    22,327,721

    11,163,860

    33,491,581

     

     

     

     

    20% Minimum Required to Address “learning loss”

    5,200,899

    2,600,450

    7,801,349

    Remaining Programs

    17,126,822

    8,563,411

    7,801,349

    Total Program Budget

    22,327,721

    11,163,860

    33,491,581

     

     

     

    ESSER III by Object

    2021-2022

    2022-2023

    Total Year 1&2

    2023-2024

    Total Grant

    6100 - Salaries

    $10,834,070

    $10,834,071

    $21,668,141

    $10,839,070

    $32,507,211

    6200 - Contracted Service

    $96,736

    $96,736

    $193,472

    $96,736

    $290,208

    6300 - Supplies

    $88,054

    $78,054

    $166,108

    $78,054

    $244,162

    6400 - Operating Costs

    $150,000

    $150,000

    $300,000

    $150,000

    $450,000

    Total

    $11,168,860

    $11,158,860

    $22,327,721

    $11,163,860

    $33,491,581

     

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