ESSER Funding

Medium
Medium
ESSER Fund Allocations

ESSER Allocations

County District Number District Name ESSER Funds
27002      Alexander 2  $ 40,594.00
25014   Anamoose 14       $100,567.00
26009   Ashley 9     $ 36,718.00
15010     Bakker 10 $ -
02007           Barnes County North 7 $ 65,241.00
17003   Beach 3       $ 76,184.00
17305     Beach Home on the Range      $ -
40007         Belcourt 7 $ 2,395,287.00
45013          Belfield 13  $ 40,335.00
29027   Beulah 27     $ 95,686.00
04001     Billings Co 1 $ -
08001          Bismarck 1  $ 2,330,761.00
08301     Bismarck Charles Hall   $ -
05001           Bottineau 1 $ 187,379.00
07014       Bowbells 14  $ 18,304.00
06001         Bowman Co 1   $ 53,321.00
07036       Burke Central 36     $ 24,340.00
16049          Carrington 49  $ 72,805.00
34006        Cavalier 6  $ 78,865.00
33001          Center-Stanton 1  $ 47,867.00
09017          Central Cass 17  $ 93,219.00
44032     Central Elem 32   $ -
49003        Central Valley 3   $ 26,574.00
32001         Dakota Prairie 1  $ 86,693.00
36001     Devils Lake 1   $ 612,791.00
45001           Dickinson 1 $ 705,881.00
12001           Divide County 1 $ 92,176.00
25057           Drake 57 $ -
34019           Drayton 19 $ 82,057.00
40001          Dunseith 1 $ 800,991.00
27018     Earl 18     $ -
23003       Edgeley 3     $ 55,605.00
36002           Edmore 2 $ 17,852.00
53006      Eight Mile 6     $ 117,269.00
19049    Elgin-New Leipzig 49 $ 57,582.00
11040          Ellendale 40  $ 72,074.00
18127           Emerado 127 $ 140,797.00
37024          Enderlin Area 24  $ 70,753.00
39018           Fairmount 18 $ 55,631.00
09001      Fargo 1     $ 3,275,476.00
09317     Fargo Dakota Boys Ranch $ -
09316     Fargo Luther Hall Residential $ -
52025        Fessenden-Bowdon 25 $  26,564.00
46019           Finley-Sharon 19 $ -
30039     Flasher 39     $  50,874.00
50005        Fordville-Lankin 5 $ -
37006     Ft Ransom 6 $ -
03030         Ft Totten 30 $ 398,754.00
43004       Ft Yates 4     $ 420,837.00
43300         Ft Yates Lake Oahe Group $ -
24056          Gackle-Streeter 56 $ 39,997.00
28051           Garrison 51 $ 87,815.00
30048     Glen Ullin 48     $ 28,345.00
38026         Glenburn 26   $ 102,687.00
42016          Goodrich 16  $ -
50003         Grafton 3   $ 333,349.00
18001         Grand Forks 1  $ 2,100,205.00
18140     Grand Forks AFB 140 $ -
18301     Grand Forks Ruth Meiers $ -
53099     Grenora 99 $ 63,993.00
20018      Griggs County Central 18 $ 62,468.00
13019     Halliday 19 $ -
39008           Hankinson 8 $ 46,143.00
52038     Harvey 38       $ 87,428.00
49007           Hatton Eielson 7 $ 50,091.00
15006      Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock 6     $ 32,171.00
29003     Hazen 3     $ 58,648.00
30013     Hebron 13 $ 47,849.00
01013           Hettinger 13 $ 43,059.00
49009           Hillsboro 9 $ 89,718.00
46010     Hope 10     $ -
27032     Horse Creek 32 $ -
47001          Jamestown 1  $ 563,878.00
51028          Kenmare 28  $ 69,448.00
47019     Kensal 19 $ -
22001          Kidder County 1  $ 103,036.00
13016         Killdeer 16   $ 93,851.00
09002          Kindred 2 $ 27,724.00
23007          Kulm 7  $ 40,922.00
32066      Lakota 66     $ 35,291.00
23008           LaMoure 8 $ 75,129.00
10023         Langdon Area 23 $ 76,397.00
18044        Larimore 44  $ 65,319.00
03006     Leeds 6       $ 36,853.00
51161           Lewis and Clark 161 $ 48,002.00
39028        Lidgerwood 28 $ 51,223.00
15036       Linton 36     $ 61,028.00
37019     Lisbon 19     $ 78,881.00
02046           Litchville-Marion 46 $ 48,116.00
30004     Little Heart 4 $ -
17006     Lone Tree 6 $ -
03009           Maddock 9 $ 49,659.00
30001         Mandan 1   $ 882,429.00
27036         Mandaree 36 $  203,103.00
08045     Manning 45 $ -
18125      Manvel 125     $ 30,154.00
09004        Maple Valley 4   $ 63,408.00
09007       Mapleton 7   $ 16,749.00
44012   Marmarth 12 $ -
28050     Max 50       $ 51,201.00
49014          May-Port CG 14  $ 87,181.00
42019          McClusky 19  $ 59,949.00
27001       McKenzie Co 1   $ 248,512.00
47003       Medina 3     $ 48,397.00
08033     Menoken 33 $ -
20007          Midkota 7  $ 55,251.00
18128     Midway 128     $ 66,489.00
41002          Milnor 2  $ 70,518.00
03005       Minnewaukan 5   $ 358,182.00
51001     Minot 1     $ 1,590,472.00
51160     Minot AFB 160 $ -
50020      Minto 20     $ 113,457.00
38001         Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 1  $ 51,017.00
47014          Montpelier 14  $ 46,332.00
21001          Mott-Regent 1  $ 51,415.00
40004         Mt Pleasant 4 $ 106,607.00
10019     Munich 19 $ -
24002         Napoleon 2  $ 44,013.00
08025   Naughton 25 $ -
51004           Nedrose 4 $ 152,801.00
53002         Nesson 2   $ 46,158.00
21009          New England 9 $ 73,992.00
14002     New Rockford-Sheyenne 2   $ 63,005.00
30049           New Salem-Almont 49 $ 46,337.00
31001       New Town 1   $ 518,602.00
05054       Newburg-United 54   $ 19,367.00
34100         North Border 100   $ 73,890.00
41003        North Sargent 3   $ 35,707.00
48010       North Star 10     $ 65,272.00
09097           Northern Cass 97 $ 60,236.00
18129           Northwood 129 $ 54,718.00
11041        Oakes 41   $ 78,255.00
03016     Oberon 16     $ 94,231.00
09080     Page 80 $ -
50008           Park River Area 8 $ 75,738.00
31003           Parshall 3 $ 152,926.00
47010           Pingree-Buchanan 10 $ 35,807.00
07027       Powers Lake 27   $ 21,027.00
45034          Richardton-Taylor 34  $ 70,142.00
39044         Richland 44 $ 39,002.00
40029    Rolette 29     $ 99,724.00
19018         Roosevelt 18 $ 30,656.00
35005         Rugby 5   $ 118,101.00
41006     Sargent Central 6   $ 38,300.00
51016          Sawyer 16  $ 16,814.00
06033           Scranton 33 $ 23,204.00
43008          Selfridge 8  $ 131,964.00
43003   Solen 3   $ 310,562.00
45009       South Heart 9   $ 45,396.00
51070          South Prairie 70  $ 78,827.00
40003       St John 3     $ 538,063.00
34043     St Thomas 43 $ -
31002        Stanley 2 $ 94,805.00
36044     Starkweather 44 $ 27,484.00
08035   Sterling 35 $ -
15015           Strasburg 15 $ 40,046.00
51041     Surrey 41       $ 52,355.00
30017     Sweet Briar 17 $ -
25060           TGU 60 $ 94,290.00
18061           Thompson 61 $ 15,048.00
53015          Tioga 15  $ 50,674.00
28072         Turtle Lake-Mercer 72 $ 25,973.00
13037          Twin Buttes 37  $ 59,881.00
28008           Underwood 8 $ 28,545.00
51007    United 7   $ 83,176.00
02002      Valley City 2     $ 296,929.00
34118         Valley-Edinburg 118   $ 49,075.00
25001    Velva 1   $ 75,306.00
39037           Wahpeton 37 $ 345,279.00
03029           Warwick 29 $ 385,184.00
28004           Washburn 4 $ 39,634.00
09006        West Fargo 6 $ 1,749,194.00
05017          Westhope 17  $ 26,416.00
28085           White Shield 85 $ 176,597.00
53008           Williams County 8 $ 118,482.00
53001          Williston 1 $ 768,074.00
53300     Williston Eckert Youth Home $ -
28001     Wilton 1       $ 29,259.00
08028     Wing 28       $ 16,689.00
26019     Wishek 19     $ 63,143.00
39042          Wyndmere 42 $ 27,192.00
27014           Yellowstone 14 $ 20,967.00
26004           Zeeland 4 $ 28,145.00
ESSER Use of Funds

COVID-19 Needs:

  • Coordinated Emergency Response: Coordination of preparedness and response efforts of LEAs with State, local, Tribal, and territorial public health departments, and other relevant agencies, to improve coordinated responses among such entities to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus. Support Local Leaders: Providing principals and others school leaders with the resources necessary to address the needs of their individual schools.
  • Address Unique Needs of At-Risk Populations: Activities to address the unique needs of low-income children or students; children with disabilities; English learners; racial and ethnic minorities; students experiencing homelessness; and foster care youth, including how outreach and service delivery will meet the needs of each population.
  • Ensure Preparedness & Coordination: Developing and implementing procedures and systems to improve the preparedness and response efforts of LEAs. This could include training and professional development for staff of the LEA on sanitation and minimizing the spread of infectious diseases.
  • Transportation: Transportation needs for child nutrition or instructional materials delivery.
  • Purchase Cleaning Supplies: Purchasing supplies to sanitize and clean the facilities of an LEA, including buildings operated by such agency.
  • Coordinating Long-Term Closures: Planning for and coordinating during long-term closures; including for how to provide meals to eligible students; how to provide technology for online learning to all students; how to provide guidance for carrying out requirements under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (20 U.S.C. 1401 et seq.); and how to ensure other educational services can continue to be provided consistent with all Federal, State, and local requirements.
  • Educational Technology: Purchasing educational technology (including hardware, software, and connectivity) for students who are served by the LEA that aids in regular and substantive educational interaction between students and their classroom instructors, including low-income students and students with disabilities, which may include assistive technology or adaptive equipment.
  • Mental Health Support: Providing mental health services and supports.
  • Supplemental Learning: Planning and implementing activities related to summer learning and supplemental afterschool programs, including providing classroom instruction or online distance learning during the summer months and addressing the needs of low-income students, students with disabilities, English learners, migrant students, students experiencing homelessness, and children in foster care.
  • Professional Development: Provide professional development on distance learning or other COVID-19 related topics.
  • Other activities that are necessary to maintain the operation of and continuity of services in LEAs and continuing to employ existing LEA staff.

Any activity authorized under the following federal programs including:

  • Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)
  • Native Hawaiian Education Act and the Alaska Native Educational Equity, Support, and Assistance Act (20 U.S.C. 6301 et seq.),
  • Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (20 U.S.C. 1400 et seq.) (‘‘IDEA’’),
  • Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (20 U.S.C. 1400 et seq.),
  • Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 (20 U.S.C. 2301 et seq.) (‘‘the Perkins Act’’),
  • Subtitle B of title VII of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. 11431 et seq.).
Non-Public Requirements & Information
Non-Public ESSER Equitable Share
Belcourt St. Anns Catholic School $28,110
Bismarck Martin Luther School $7,891
Bismarck The Innovation School $2,630
Bismarck Shiloh Christian School $71,023
Bismarck Cathedral of the Holy Spirit Elementary School $29,399
Bismarck St. Anne Elementary School $23,055
Bismarck St. Mary's Central High School $54,621
Bismarck St. Mary's Elementary School $34,506
Bismarck St. Mary's Academy $45,182
Bismarck Missouri Valley Montessori $0
Devils Lake St. Joseph Elementary School 60,224
Dickinson Dickinson Catholic Schools $77,488
Dickinson Invitation Hill Adventist School $2,315
Dickinson Hope Christian Academy $15,590
Fargo Grace Lutheran Elementary School $11,416
Fargo Holy Spirit Elementary $23,340
Fargo Nativity Elementary $48,710
Fargo Sullivan Middle/Shanley High School $151,457
Fargo Oak Grove Lutheran Schools $152,979
Fort Yates St. Bernard Mission School $81,125
Grand Forks Holy Family Elementary School $25,126
Grand Forks St. Michaels Elementary School $36,323
Jamestown Anne Carlsen Center $13,816
Jamestown St. Johns Academy $36,764
Langdon St. Alphonsus Elementary School $8,007
Mandan Christ the King Montesorri and Elementary School $20,128
Mandan St. Joseph Elementary School $11,135
Minot Bishop Ryan Catholic School $65,767
Minot Our Redeemers Christian $47,088
Rugby Little Flower Elementary $8,755
Valley City St. Catherine Elementary School $11,721
Wahpeton St. Johns Catholic Elementary School $26,325
West Fargo Trinity Elementary $34,829
Williston St. Josephs Elementary School $24,609
Williston Trinity Christian School $30,600