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The Student Investment Account process began with the newly restructure Continuous Improvement Plan which began in the 2018-19 school year.
Each individual school creates their own, unique, improvement plan and all school level plans are coordinated into one, comprehensive district continuous plan.
ESSER III Planning & Documentation for 2021-2022 School Year
ESSER III Integrated Planning Tool (October 2021 submission) - Preliminary framework for unfinished and supplemental learning recovery, plus additional district service improvements for students and staff over the next three years to aid in the recovery from the pandemic; this is a spreadsheet document of estimated costs for materials, services, and facility improvements.
ESSER III District Plan - Submission - All school districts submit their initial service plans through SmartSheets which doses not have an easy to read document format for posting narratives, but these are the details to the initial budgetary expenses of the Integrated Planning Tool.
Siuslaw SD97J Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan (August 2021 submission) - previously posted on the School Reopening page.
2020-2021 Student Investment Account
Application Process Notes - April 2020
The following links are copies of documents submitted to the Oregon Department of Education by the Siuslaw School District for as part of the Student Success Act & Student Investment Account.
The Student Investment Account follows up on information gathered from students, parents, staff and community members to put funds to use in the areas of reducing class size, increasing instructional time, providing for a more well-rounded education and the health & safety of students.
This input and feedback process will occur on an annual basis as part of the accountability measures set in statute by the legislature.
These initial plans were submitted prior to the COVID-19 closure of the schools in Oregon, and therefore implementation may be delayed as state level budgets change in the future.