Summer school, after-school programs, and extended day programs will be designed as a comprehensive program to meet all student academic, social-emotional, and mental health needs which will incorporate evidence-based practices during the implementation, such as differentiation, inquiry-based learning and cooperative learning. Some of the evidence-based curricula that will be utilized in all programs include APEX for credit recovery, and PD to support teachers with implementation. The Second Step curriculum and professional development will be purchased and will provide weekly lessons to teachers to address social emotional needs of students. Counselors will be hired to address academic and social emotional needs of students, and collaborate with teachers to ensure student needs are met. The use of BUSD assessment data will drive interventions and target at-risk groups- low-income students, students with disabilities, students experiencing homelessness, and children in foster care. The budgeted allocation will cover the total cost of the programs for approximately three school years.