Coronavirus Resources for Schools

COVID Quick Guide: Expanded Learning Supports 9.14.20

Contains resources from school districts and public health agencies.

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FUNDING SOURCES THAT CAN BE USED FOR EXPANDED LEARNING PROGRAMS ► After School Education and Safety (ASES) (State) ► 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) (Federal) ► Title 1 (Federal) ► CARES Act (Federal Stimulus): ▫ Learning Loss Mitigation Funds ▫ Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSERF) ► Local control supplemental and concentration funds (State) ► School-age childcare and early learning funding (State and Federal) ► City and county youth funds ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ► Examples of expanded learning partnerships during COVID-19 ► Key guidance to review for expanded learning partnerships: ▫ Industry guidance for Schools and School-Based Programs and Child Care ▫ CDE Expanded Learning Division Guidance, FAQs ▫ CDSS PIN 20-22-CCP—Guidance and FAQs ▫ CDPH Cohorting Guidance, FAQs ► Please also check the Governor's Office COVID-19 Updates and your local county public health department for the most current updates and requirements. ► No Longer Optional: Expanded Learning in School Reopening, Opportunity Institute and Partnership for Children & Youth ► Recognizing the Role of Afterschool and Summer Programs and Systems in Reopening and Rebuilding, American Institutes for Research Questions? Contact us: support@partnerforchildren.org Natomas Unified School District in Sacramento partnered with Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center to support small groups of students.

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