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Lafayette County School District is seeking community feedback regarding the use of federal funds for COVID-19 pandemic responses.  These funds are part of a series of funding to the Elementary and Secondary Emergency Education Relief (ESSER) Fund. The American Rescue Plan Act, passed on March 11, 2021, provided supplemental ESSER funding known as ESSER III.  These funds are to address academic, social, emotional, mental health issues and safety needs.

Your feedback is vital to planning and preparation efforts as we strive to meet the needs of our learning community. Thank you for taking the time to complete this brief survey.

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* 1. How high of a priority do you believe the need is to address academic learning loss due to COVID-19?

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* 2. How high of a priority do you believe the need is to address mental health and/or social-emotional learning for students?

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* 3. How high of a priority do you believe the current need is to provide students with learning disabilities and/or other special educational needs additional intensive and meaningful academic supports to address learning loss due to COVID-19?

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* 4. How high of a priority do you believe the current need is to provide professional development to LCSD staff on topics such as social-emotional learning, trauma-informed care, and/or mental health?

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* 5. How high of a priority do you believe the current need is to provide professional development to LCSD staff on accelerated instruction and best practices in reading and math?

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* 6. How high of a priority do you believe the current need is to provide safety measures for safe operations of schools for in-person learning?

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* 7. Please use this section to provide ideas, needs, or any more specific feedback in any areas mentioned above. 

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