The federal government is providing schools with funding to help with mitigation strategies so that kids can stay in school and to address the impact that the pandemic has had on students. This is called American Rescue Plan funding. 

The Schenectady City School District will receive approximately $41.3 million to use over the next four years.  

Superintendent Soler presented the district plan at a Board of Education Meeting held on September 22.  The plan must be submitted by the end of the month for approval.

The district plan was shaped by feedback collected from stakeholders over a period of several months.

You can review the plan here


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