We have worked closely with our district homeless liaison, our EL Coordinator, our Director of Special Services, our Foster Care Liaison, our school counselors, administrators, governing board members, parents, students and community members to develop a plan that ensures that all students, especially those disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 are identified for services of many types. We have developed a plan for learning loss both during summer and throughout the school year. We have worked to see how we could best leverage funds from multiple sources to accomplish these goals over a multi-year period. This has resulted in an unprecedented number of students signed up for summer school and tutoring programs. (Tutoring is offered virtually and in-person.) Further, we have worked to invite students and educate parents of low-income families, students of color, English learners, students with disabilities, homeless students and students in foster care about all the ways we are prepared to help children succeed. We are tracking students by sub-group with pre/post tests, attendance, attendance in supplemental programs, and for academic progress both in summer school and throughout the school year. Our assistant superintendent reviews data on a weekly basis to make sure that we are best meeting the needs of all children and especially those most at risk. We are offering summer school for two years, providing instructors for remediation including teachers and paraprofessionals, are offering opportunities for credit recovery, and are providing social/emotional/physical support.