In times of crisis, federal and state funds may be available to help schools so that they can quickly respond to and recover from the event. This page will gather information on such federal and state funds distributed through the Kansas Department of Education.
Federal COVID-19 Funding for Kansas Public and Private Schools Report 1: Expenditures as of March MARCH 31, 2021 (PDF)
Questions about EANS should be sent to email@example.com.
EANS applications are made at: Kansas CommonApp (external link)
KSDE Directory Organization Number Request Form Word / PDF
Under section 2002(a) of the ARP Act, services or assistance to non-public schools under the ARP EANS program are limited to “non-public schools that enroll a significant percentage of [students from low-income families] and are most impacted by the [COVID-19] emergency.”
August 9-September 13 Training for EANS-II
September 13, application opens for EANS-II
September 27, application period closes
October 1, Task Force meeting
October 8, Task Force meeting
October 12, State Board of Education meeting
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was enacted on March 27, 2020, and included Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Funds for K-12 schools. These ESSER grants will provide school districts with emergency relief funds to address the impact COVID-19 has had elementary and secondary schools.
Questions about ESSER should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ESSER applications are made at: Kansas CommonApp (external link).
Kansas Accounting Handbook (functions, subfunctions, and object codes) (PDF)
School Operating Status and Instructional Mode Report (PDF)
ESSER/CRF Expenditure Dashboard
Webinar Jan 6, 2021 (MP4) / Slides (PDF)
Link to live survey / PDF of questions
Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)
On Friday, April 27, 2018 the U.S. Department of Education notified states that districts serving students displaced by Hurricanes Irma, Maria, Harvey, or the California wildfires are eligible for Temporary Emergency Impact Aid, as appropriated by Congress in February 2018. Under the Emergency Impact Aid program, the U.S. Department of Education will award grants to eligible State Education Agencies (SEAs) on the basis of quarterly counts of displaced students. SEAs will then provide payments to eligible LEAs to assist with the cost of educating students who were displaced by a covered disaster or emergency during the 2017-18 school year and who were enrolled in public schools, including charter schools, and non-public schools. States apply for grants based on data that they collect from LEAs and Bureau of Indian Education funded schools that have provided educational services for displaced students. The LEAs and Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) schools must submit applications to SEAs. The parents of non-public school displaced students are to submit applications to the LEAs.
Webinar Temporary Emergency Impact Aid Application Guidance Recorded May 4, 2018
Webinar Link: http://ksde-tasn.adobeconnect.com/pnf2w45zx0db/
Webinar Temporary Emergency Impact Aid Q&A Recorded September 11, 2018
Webinar Link: https://mediastream.ksde.org/media/Title/DisplacedStudentsImpactAid-QA.mp4
Powerpoint: https://www.ksde.org/Portals/0/Title/DisplacedStudentsImpactAid-QA.pdf (PDF)
General Information (PDF)
Worksheet to collect information (Excel)
Questions on the Application (PDF)
2018 KS LEA Application for Temporary Emergency Impact Aid for Displaced Students (External Link)
2018 Temporary Emergency Impact Aid for Displaced Students Awards (PDF)
US Department of Education Disaster Information Website (External Link)
US Department of Education April 2018 Letter to States – Temporary Emergency Impact Aid for Displaced Students (External Link)
For the fastest answer to questions, please use the email addresses provided:
EANS questions: email@example.com
ESSER questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Coordinator for State and Federal Programs
Main Team Page
Kansas Integrated Accountability System (KIAS)
Kansas Multi-Tier System of Supports (MTSS) (external link)
Kansas’ Technical Assistance System Network (TASN) (external link)
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