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As part of our commitment to stakeholder engagement, Tulsa Public Schools is seeking input on the use of our ESSER III American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds. Signed into law by President Biden in March of 2021, the ARP provides money to K-12 education. Over the next several months, as we finalize the details of our five-year district strategic plan, we will continue to seek input from multiple stakeholder groups as outlined in federal guidance.

Tulsa Public Schools is planning to invest the majority of these funds to maintain the operations of the district, and in the following areas related to COVID-19 recovery:

  • Addressing learning loss
  • Meeting the social and emotional needs of students and staff
  • Building and facility improvements to improve and maintain the health and safety of staff and students.

We are seeking your input on how you think the district should use these one-time funds to strengthen supports in these three areas. Your responses may be used to inform the designation of federally funded programming.

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Como parte de nuestro compromiso con la participación de las partes interesadas, las Escuelas Públicas de Tulsa están buscando opiniones sobre el uso de nuestros fondos del Plan de Rescate Americano (ARP) ESSER III. Firmado como ley por el presidente Biden en marzo de 2021, el ARP proporciona dinero para la educación K-12. Durante los próximos meses, a medida que finalicemos los detalles de nuestro plan estratégico de distrito de cinco años, continuaremos buscando la opinión de múltiples grupos de partes interesadas como se describe en la guía federal. Las Escuelas Públicas de Tulsa planean invertir la mayoría de estos fondos para mantener las operaciones del distrito y en las siguientes áreas relacionadas con la recuperación de COVID-19:

  • Abordar la pérdida de aprendizaje 
  • Satisfacer las necesidades sociales y emocionales de los estudiantes y el   personal. 
  • Mejoras en el edificio y las instalaciones para mejorar y mantener la salud y la seguridad del personal y los estudiantes. 

Estamos buscando su opinión sobre cómo cree que el distrito debería usar estos fondos únicos para fortalecer los apoyos en estas tres áreas. Sus respuestas pueden usarse para informar la designación de programas financiados con fondos federales.

Haga clic aquí para ver el enlace de la encuesta.
Oprima aquí para acceder el plan de gastos.
Para proveer algún otro comentario, oprima aquí.

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Great schools require strong financial investments and sound fiscal management. The finance team works diligently to ensure that each school community has access to the resources they need to help students be successful. We are committed to transparency and accountability and welcome you to explore our page to learn more about financial services at Tulsa Public Schools.

Learn more about how the Tulsa Public Schools budget works by clicking the PDF below:

Tulsa Public Schools Finance 101

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Contact us

Jorge Robles
Chief Financial and Operations Officer
roblejo@tulsaschools.org

Dawn Hamilton
Finance Operations Associate
918-746-6247
hamilbe@tulsaschools.org

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