Services provided by the school district under ESSER III are proportionately divided to ensure that all students (including students from low-income families, ELs, children with disabilities, students experiencing homelessness, children in foster care, and migratory students) have access to grant funded services. All intervention program planning will be monitored at every school to ensure that students obtain the additional support to address areas of lost instructional time, including support in areas such as social, emotional, and mental health needs as our communities and students continue to experience loss of family and at home support systems due to the pandemic. Summer school will be conducted in 2 sessions over the summer for two years to help students recover learning loss. Afterschool tutoring will be conducted throughout the school year in two programs 'at risk' and 'credit recovery', and enrichment program. Both programs will help students to gain additional learning time and address areas of support for struggling students. Our district will also conduct an afterschool SEL program for students needing support over family loss due to covid and suicide. Schools within the district are focusing on intervention areas for students, the district plans to purchase library books to support the reading intervention program. At the middle school chromebooks need to be purchased for students to access edgenuity intervention program.