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ESSER - Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund

Moore County Schools-Stakeholder Feedback
Elementary and Secondary Schools Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds were granted to "prepare, prevent, or respond" to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

We are now working on the 2022-2023 ESSER Spending Plan. Leave suggestions or feedback below. 

*Remember Moore County Schools' current ESSER Spending Plan can be found at www.moorecountyschools.net.



Tennessee public schools will receive over $4.5 billion in federal relief funding for use between spring 2020 and fall 2023-- an historic influx of federal funding to support K-12 schools and students across the state. Districts will receive funding directly through the Tennessee Department of Education and will also have access to additional grant opportunities and free resources developed and provided by the department with its portion of federal funding.  To read more about the State's ESSER funding, visit https://www.tn.gov/education/top-links/esser.html
Use this link to view ESSER 3.0 Information & our Public Input Survey.
In coordination with the Tennessee Department of Education, Moore County School District has developed plans for ESSER funding through collaboration with school and community stakeholders. As the school year progresses the district recognizes that needs and priorities may shift and plans will need adjustments. Throughout the next 3 years of ESSER funding, the district will continue to work with stakeholders to meet the needs of all students.