Grants - Federal and /or State

ESSER III

ARP ESSER III Overview: The American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021, Public Law 117-2, was enacted on March 11, 2021. The ARP Act provides additional funding for school districts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Education portion of ARP is known as the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER III or ARP ESSER) Fund.

General grant specifics are as follows:

  • Grant Timeframe: Grant expires September 30, 2023. If needed, districts can carry over unused funds and be allowed to continue spending until September 30, 2024.

  • Districts will be required to follow all federal, state, and local regulations and requirements for federal grant administration and fiscal spending of funds.

  • West Sabine ISD has been allocated $1,310,201 (estimate) - to be expended over a 3-year period.

Notice of Intent to Apply For ESSER III Funds

The West Sabine ISD Return to In-Person Instruction & Continuity of Services Plan (RIPICS) was developed in consultation with stakeholders after soliciting public comment via electronic survey, small group meetings, and public board meetings. This original plan was reviewed with stakeholders, then updated and posted to the this website on January 20, 2022. Every six months, West Sabine ISD will review the plan in accordance with the latest guidance from the CDC, state, and local governments. If revisions are needed to the plan, public input will be solicited and stakeholders will be meaningfully consulted. The revised version of the plan will then be posted on this website below. (El Plan de Retorno a la Instrucción en Persona y Continuidad de servicios (RIPICS) de West Sabine ISD se desarrolló en consulta con las partes interesadas después de solicitar comentarios públicos a través de encuestas electrónicas, reuniones de grupos pequeños y reuniones públicas de la junta. Este plan original fue revisado con las partes interesadas, luego actualizado y publicado en este sitio web el 20 de enero de 2022. Cada seis meses, West Sabine ISD revisará el plan de acuerdo con la última guía de los CDC, los gobiernos estatales y locales. Si se necesitan revisiones al plan, se solicitará la opinión pública y se consultará significativamente a las partes interesadas. La versión revisada del plan se publicará en este sitio web a continuación.)

West Sabine ISD Return to In-Person Instruction & Continuity of Services Plan (RIPICS)

Regreso al Plan de Continuidad de Servicios e Instrucción en Persona de West Sabine ISD

West Sabine ISD ESSER III Use of Funds Plan

Plan de uso de fondos ESSER III de West Sabine ISD

In the event that an alternative format is needed for the Return to In-Person Instruction & Continuity of Services Plan or the Use of Funds Plan, please contact Misti Smith by email at misti.smith@westsabineisd.net or by phone at (409)584-2655.

En caso de que se necesita un formato alternativo para el Plan de regreso a instrucción en persona y continuidad de servicios o el Plan de uso de fondos, comuníquese con Misti Smith por correo electrónico a misti.smith@westsabineisd.net o por teléfono al ( 409) 584-2655.

ESSER II

The American Rescue Plan (CRRSA) Act of 2021, Public Law 117-2, was enacted on March 11, 2021. The CRRSA Act provides additional funding for school districts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Education portion of CRRSA is known as the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER II or CRRSA ESSER) Fund. 

The intent and purpose of the CRRSA Act of 2021,ESSER II funding is to prevent, prepare for, or respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, including its impact on the social, emotional, mental health, and academic needs of students.  The allocation amount for West Sabine ISD is approximately $583,386.00

Notice of Intent to Apply for ESSER II Funds

ESSA

The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) is a United States federal statute originally enacted in 1965. These federal funds are authorized for professional development, instructional materials, and resources to support educational programs, and parental involvement programs. The current reauthorization of ESEA is the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

West Sabine ISD receives funding for the following entitlement programs within the Elementary and Secondary Education Act:

  • Title I, Part A

  • Title II, Part A

  • Title III, Part A

  • Title IV, Part A

Private schools have the opportunity to participate in the federally funded programs conducted by West Sabine ISD. If your school or facility is interested in participating in any of the mentioned programs, please contact Misti Smith at West Sabine ISD by calling 409-584-2655 x3327.

Public Notice of Intent to Apply for Grant Funds

Parent Notification Letter

Parent Notification Letter - Spanish Translation

Grant Awards 

List of Grant Awards 

Grant Title/#

Award Date

CFDA #

Grant Period

Amount

Federal Regulations

Title I, Part A

Title II, Part A

Title IV, Part A

Title I, Part A

Title II, Part A

Title IV, Part A

ESSER II

ESSER III

SRSA

SRSA

6/10/2021

6/10/2021

6/10/2021

8/23/2021

8/23/2021

8/23/2021

8/11/2021

8/11/2021

8/21/2020

7/22/21

84.010A

84.367A

84.424A

84.010A

84.367A

84.424A

84.425D

84.425U

84.358A

84.358A

9/2/20 - 9/30/21

9/2/20 - 9/30/21

9/2/20 - 9/30/21

"7/1/2021 -

9/30/2022"

"7/1/2021 -

9/30/22"

"7/1/2021 -

9/30/22"

"3/13/20 -

9/30/22"

"3/13/20 -

9/30/23"

"7/01/2020 -

9/30/2021"

"7/1/2021 -

9/30/22"

$143,034.00

$25,557.00

$10,801.00

$173,893.00

$27,305.00

$12,799.00

$583,386.00

$873,467.00

$32,475.00

$31,217.00

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