Slightly more than entire 20% set aside amount [$52,705.44] was earmarked for curriculum development and innovations focused on returning normalcy to the school experience for all students. All students at The Academy of Building industries represent nearly every criteria of the most at risk students. Each activity with the ESSER III project was focused on mitigating those needs for all students as illustrated in the program narrative.
The set aside "Friday School" is an inclusion of academic programs and activities targeting students representing vulnerable populations in our school. A planning team consisting of school personnel, parents, and community leaders have undertaken an ambitious cross-community strategy to address basic human needs of the at-risk population. Key factors included in the strategies are:  Low household incomes - 100% of students  Repeated academic failures;  un-documented households, high absentee and dropout history;  refusal of treatment for emotional/mental disabilities;  repeated justice interventions, and  low expectations.
$34,560 of Esser III funds are budgeted for implementation of the "Credit Recovery Program" for high school students in grades 9-12 who have fallen behind in meeting segments of graduation requirements. These student have fallen behind as result of the unexpected disruptions in the normal schooling schedule over the last two years. A number of these students have  been diagnosed with Covid 19 symptoms once of more during the school term;  were identified as participants in off campus learning via home school situations;  were either late arrivals or early dismissals due to staggered transportation schedules;  were not willing participants in regular attendance programs as a result of personal decisions or parental influences [or lack thereof]; or had other issues that affected their regular school attendance.
The demographics previously listed: [low income households; repeated academic failures, undocumented households, absentee and dropout history, treatment or lack thereof for emotional/mental disabilities; law or judicial interventions, and low expectations] were definitely related to the regularity of attendance, seriousness of application, and persistent diligence necessary remained focused on academic achievement necessary to meet yearly graduation requirements.
4 staff x $30 per hour x 8 hours per day x 1 day per week x 36 weeks = $34,560
$2,643.84 of ESSER III funds are budgeted as a set aside for mandated benefits [Social Security & Medicare] for Friday school staff.
$34,560 x .0765 = $2,643.84
The on Campus Counselor will be acquiring a subscription to Counseling Today - Covid 19 Update and Resources for use in the one-to-one and small group counseling sessions.
Set Aside from general supplies $100