CCCL has made significant investment in our students, especially those most vulnerable students who have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. We have hired two middle school counselors to provide targeted supports for students most impacted socially and emotionally by the pandemic, especially low-income students, students of color, English learners, and other vulnerable populations. The counselors will provide proactive SEL lessons, work with small groups of students, and provide one on one counseling services. Additionally, we have hired an IT coordinator to support technology implementation throughout the organization. The IT coordinator has assessed our technology program with an equity lens and provided hot spots and other hardware and software upgrades to students most in need. We have expanded our after school program to offer academic and social-emotional learning opportunities for all students, with additional opportunities for academic tutoring and social-emotional connections. We are also budgeting for summer school to support students with credit recovery and skills-based growth. Our academic and social-emotional learning is fully inclusive, culturally responsive, and uses a universal design for learning model so all students can access the supports.