Understanding How School Districts
Can Use COVID-19 Relief Funding
to Transform School Health
COVID-19 relief funding presents a historic opportunity to create safer, healthier schools in communities across the nation. This money can help students recover from the pandemic’s disruption, while also fixing some of the systemic health challenges that have kept students from succeeding in the past.
Join us for this webinar to learn about federal COVID-19 relief funding and how school districts across the country can use the funding to support student and staff health. This session will also highlight sustainable funding streams school districts can leverage to ensure the efforts initiated with COVID-19 relief funds are sustained.
Viewing the webinar below will allow you to:
- Understand the available streams of COVID-19 relief aid and timeline for receiving and spending funding
- Identify examples of how school districts can use COVID-19 relief funding to support student and staff health
- Identify sustainable funding streams school districts can leverage to continue efforts initiated with COVID-19 relief aid
- Describe examples of how school district leaders are using COVID-19 relief funding
- Moderator: Annie Reed, National Director of Thriving Schools, Kaiser Permanente
- Paul Imhoff, Superintendent, Upper Arlington Schools (OH) and President, AASA – The School Superintendents Association
- Phyllis Jordan, Associate Director, FutureEd
- Alex Mays, Senior National Program Director, Healthy Schools Campaign
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This webinar highlights recommendations included in Addressing Student and Staff Health with COVID Relief Funding, new guidance that offers concrete steps school districts can take to make data- informed decisions about investing COVID-19 relief funding.