Holbrook Unified District
HUSD #3 has set-aside 20% of ESSER III funds to address learning loss which include after school tutorial, summer school/programs, mentoring programs, credit recovery programs, zero hour/8th hour academic programs, in-school social and emotional support programs (counseling/mental health specialists), college and career readiness activities, after school clubs, and distance learning platforms for 24/7/365 learning opportunities. All of these programs will target our vast population of students that were impacted by COVID-19 over the past two years including Native American & Hispanic populations, low income families, students with disabilities, English language learners, children with disabilities, students identified as homeless or in foster care and any students not current achieving at their academic grade level.
Communication strategies with parents are addressed through success coaches, the Apptegy communication system, Google platforms and tech support as needed. Each student's academic progress is being analyzed and interventions will be implemented to mitigate learning loss and address any social and emotional needs for each child.