ESSER Funds for Afterschool and Summer Enrichment
ESSER funds for afterschool: Information & inspiration for school administrators
Recording of the webinar from Thursday, April 8 from 10-11 a.m.
Across the state superintendents are deciding how they will use the ESSER III 20% set aside for COVID learning loss. Allowable expenses include comprehensive afterschool programs and summer enrichment programs. Missouri AfterSchool Network and DESE Extended Learning will present information and ideas for using the funding to meet the needs of your students and your district.
Resources mentioned in session:
- PPT: Missouri School Admin ESSER webinar FINAL
- Link to district ESSER amounts
- Article: Afterschool-Programs-A-Review-of-Evidence-Under-the-Every-Student-Succeeds-Act
- DESE Extended Learning 21st CCLC information (informational for programmatic ideas – districts using local funds would not have to meet the federal reporting requirements)
Other resources on COVID relief funds, afterschool, and summer enrichment:
Beyond The Bell Toolkit Training
Tuesday, April 13 from 10 a.m. – 12 noon; and Wednesday, April 14 from 1-3 p.m.
If you are looking to start a new afterschool program or summer program with ESSER funds, we have a fantastic training and a long-term resource for you!! The Toolkit is both a guide and a comprehensive set of practical tools designed to help program leaders and their staff create and sustain high-quality, effective afterschool and expanded learning programs. This virtual training will help you understand what the Toolkit offers and how to use its contents to the benefit of your program.
Additional ESSER Workshops
Pre-recorded webinars on the following topics will be available after April 15th featuring 21st CCLC grantees sharing their experiences:
- Administrative Advice
- Middle School/High School