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COVID-19 Federal Funding

During a three-year period (2021-2023), Webster CSD will receive funding from the Federal Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations (CRRSA) Act and the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act. These one-time funding streams will allow Webster CSD to provide necessary programs and services during this time when the district is moving out of the pandemic and more students are returning to in-person instruction.
 

CRRSA Act

Webster CSD is allocated $7,982,119 in CRRSA funds, with at least $2,347,687 (20% minimum) that must be used to address learning loss. While these funds cannot be used to reduce the yearly budget, the remaining $5,634,432 in funding may be used to address social emotional health and wellness, purchase educational technology, provide mental health services and supports, and provide summer learning and after-school programs.

Documents

CRRSA Act Webster GEER FS-10
CRRSA Act Webster ESSER FS-10
CRRSA-GEER/ESSP Use of Funds

ARP Act

Webster CSD is allocated $5,276,385 from the ARP Act. These funds may be used to coordinate preparedness and response efforts, purchase PPR and provide related training, repairing and improviing school facilities, and improving indoor air quality.

Documents

ARP FS-10
ARP-ESSER Use of Funds

Community Feedback &  Process Moving Forward

Thank you to those who provided the district with feedback for how it could use the federal funding through the ThoughtExchange that ended on July 2, 2021. The district created this ThoughtExchange in June 2021 to offer staff, students, families, and community members a way to engage with the district and provide input on this process of allotting the new monies. Please follow this link to view the report from this exchange.
Webster CSD will now focus on creating a plan for how we will utilize the funds. The plan will be shared with school community members once it is complete.

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