South Coffeyville Public Schools
ARP Esser III Plan (updated 23-24)
Per the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, South Coffeyville School is eligible to receive $458,229.58 over the next 3 years to address the Impact of lost learning time due to COVID and to put in place mitigation strategies to prevent or reduce additional learning loss as a result of COVID or other pandemic situations.
Through on-going consultation with our stakeholders, including staff, parents, students, community members, tribal representatives, and health professionals, South Coffeyville School will review, revise, and update our Use of Funds Plan and Safe Return, and Continuity of Services Plan to adapt to changing information so that we can meet our students’ and families’ academic, social-emotional, physical, and nutritional needs.
See our Safe Return & Continuity of Services Plan for detailed information related to each of the following:
2. Addressing Academic Impact of Lost Instructional Time
A minimum of 20% of ARP funds must be used for evidenced-based approaches to address the academic impact of instructional time that has been lost since Spring 2020. South Coffeyville School plans to use these funds to provide:
3. Use of Remaining Funds ($134,419.28)
South Coffeyville School will use remaining funds in the following ways:
4. Ensure Interventions respond to academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs of students especially those in specific demographic groups (low income, homeless, disabilities, etc.)
South Coffeyville School will use a data-driven approach to measure intervention effectiveness and to ensure interventions are adaptive to changing student needs. Through Benchmark Assessments in Reading and Math and on-going progress monitoring (NWEA Maps Testing, and IXL Diagnostics), data teams will meet weekly to examine student academic progress and adapt educational plans to provide for remediation and continuous growth. Data teams and school counselors/psychologists will work closely together to assess and monitor student social-emotional needs so that the need for mental health supports can be identified and provided in a timely and on-going manner.