Special Called Meeting_Notice 2.pdf

2022 - 2023 Dress Code

22-23NMSDDressCode.pdf

Spring 2022 Title I Parent Meeting Information

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CNA 22.docx

BrightBytes Clarity Survey

Please take a few minutes to help us make technology decisions. This is an anonymous survey regarding technology use. Your answers are very important! They will help us choose the right technology for our classrooms. There are no right or wrong answers. Everyone will have a different set of answers to these questions, depending on his/her different experiences. Thank you for your time and ideas!

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ESSER Funds

(Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Funds)

Newton Municipal School District

The Federal Government has allocated monies (ESSER FUNDS-Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund) to address the impact that the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has had, and continues to have, on elementary and secondary schools across the United States. Funds are provided to State educational agencies and school districts to help safely reopen and sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the Nation’s students. These funds are to assist schools with purchasing of technology, distance learning needs, health and safety resources, learning loss, etc. The following is information on the plans for the money allotted to Newton Municipal School District. The plans may be amended as other needs arrive.

ESSER I

$428,862

Chromebooks, laptops, carts, emotional supports, PPE, professional development to support distance learning and bridging the learning gap, health and safety resources.

ESSER II

$2,183,601

Planned Expenditures: Early learning support, direct support to elementary, middle, and high schools; direct support to CTE programs, after-school and summer school programs to support bridging the learning gap and enrichment across all grade levels, additional nurses, counselor, and emotional supports, teachers and assistant teachers to support interventions to bridge the learning gap, professional development for teachers and leaders, resources to support library media centers, HVAC technician support, custodial support, IT support, parent and community engagement support, building infrastructure improvements as outlined by legislation to support air quality (HVAC) and mitigation of the spread of infection. Safety systems upgrades, upgrades to the buses, upgrades to windows/buildings and security personnel. Plans will be amended as necessary based on the identified needs in the district.

ESSER III

$4,904,057

Planned Expenditures: NMSD anticipates the continuation and expansion of the planned expenditures in ESSER II: Continued early learning support, direct support to elementary, middle, high school; direct support to CTE programs, after-school and summer school programs to support bridging the learning gap and enrichment across all grade levels, add a social worker, additional nurses, behavior and/or academic counselor, and emotional supports, teachers and assistant teachers to support interventions to bridge the learning gap, professional development for teachers and leaders, resources to support library media centers, HVAC technician support, custodial support, IT support, parent and community engagement support, additional building infrastructure improvements as outlined by legislation to support air quality (HVAC) and mitigation of the spread of infection. These funds will be reviewed every six months once the initial plan is approved. The plan will be amended as necessary based on the identified needs in the district.

If you have any questions, please contact the Federal Programs Director @ (601) 683-6338 or ccshelby@nmsd.us.


WELCOME BACK 2021 - SD 480p.mov

SAFE RETURN TO SCHOOL PLAN

NMSD Safe Return to School 2021-2022 REVISED CC2.pdf