To address the learning needs of our students, we are funding a variety of instructional positions and supplies as well as offering summer school to address learning loss. We have a high number of ELL and racial/ethnic minority students. We have less than 15% SPED students (contracted SPED para and contracted SPED services) and approximately 1% of our students are experiencing homelessness. We are partnering with our community partner, YMCA, to help support our students experiencing homelessness. We are also purchasing academic training for teachers using National Geographic materials and Reach for Reading materials. A variety of positions are also providing and supporting student and family engagement and marketing/recruitment activities. Other funding to help support the impact of COVID-19 on our campus and students including instructional supplies, PPE supplies, insurance, grant-writing, and substitute teachers. Using a formative evaluation cycle, the Associate Superintendent of Instruction and the district-level administrative team are charged with ensuring that implemented interventions and support materials are adequately addressing student academic SEL needs.