St. David Unified School District #21 has implemented prevention and mitigation strategies in order to continuously reopen and operate it's schools for in-person learning. By utilizing the funding to ensure students and teachers have access to individual Chromebooks and laptops, there is a greatly reduced need for sharing the equipment. Having access to Chromebooks and laptops also allows students and staff to bring them home in the event of a quarantine caused by COVID-19 or a shut down. Reducing class sizes not only allows for teachers to meet students individualized needs, but also helps reduce the amount of students potentially exposed should there be a COVID-19 outbreak. St. David Unified School District #21 has implemented interventions to address the academic impact of lost instructional time, as well as respond to the academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs of all students. The District has done so, and will continue to do so, by reducing class sizes, offering summer school, and ensuring that teachers have the necessary provisions in place to meet their needs.