ARP-HCY II Funds Annual ReportThe American Rescue Plan - Homeless Children and Youth (ARP-HCY) II Annual Report gives an overview of fiscal and program data, including the number of homeless children and youth served with these funds from March 13, 2020 through December 31, 2022.
The number of local educational agencies (LEAs) awarded ARP-HCY II funds, and the amount of ARP-HCY II funds disbursed from March 13, 2020 through December 31, 2022.
|Total Amounts||Grand Total|
The number of LEAs that have expended some, if not all, of their ARP-HCY II funds during March 13, 2020 through December 31, 2022. This also shows the number of LEAs that have not expended any of their ARP-HCY II funds from during the same timeframe, March 13, 2020 through December 31, 2022.
|Total Amounts||Expended||Not Expended|
The Object Codes/Categories of how the 327 LEAs that have expended at least some portion of funds spent their ARP-HCY II funds from March 13, 2020 through December 31, 2022.
|Object Code||Object Code Description||Amounts Spent|
|1000–1999||Certificated Personnel Salaries||$378,888.00|
|2000–2999||Classified Personnel Salaries||$545,238.00|
|4000–4999||Books and Supplies||$1,414,525.00|
|5000–5999 excluding 5100||Services and Other Operating Expenses||$1,651,489.00|
|7300–7399||Direct Support/Indirect Costs||$110,302.00|
|5100||Subagreements for Services||$493,232.00|
|7000–7299||Tuition and Other Transfers Out||$3,256.00|
Number of Homeless Children and Youth Served
The number of homeless children and youth that were served using ARP-HCY II funds from March 13, 2020 through December 31, 2022. Please note that some of these totals can reflect duplicated counts due to students being served more than once throughout this time.
|Age Ranges||Number Served|
|Age Birth through Two||1,078|
|Age Three through Five (not enrolled in Kindergarten)||6,039|
|Kindergarten through Grade Twelve||154,082|
Educational Support Services Provided with ARP-HCY II Funds
The number of educational support services provided by LEAs using ARP-HCY II funds during March 13, 2020 through December 31, 2022. Please note that some of these totals can reflect duplicated counts due to services provided more that once throughout this time.
|Educational Support Services||Number of Provisions|
|Tutoring or other instructional support||79|
|Staff professional development and awareness||97|
|Referral services for medical, dental, mental, and other health services||78|
|Early childhood education programs||23|
|Assistance with participation in school programs||125|
|Before-, after-school, mentoring, summer programs||57|
|Obtaining or transferring records necessary for enrollment||45|
|Parent education related to rights and resources for children||76|
|Coordination between schools and agencies||100|
|Addressing needs related to domestic violence||42|
|Clothing to meet a school requirement||181|
|School supplies including personal protective equipment, eyeglasses, school supplies, personal care items, etc.||267|
|Referral to other programs and services||93|
|Emergency assistance related to school attendance||72|
|Wraparound services with and/or through community-based organizations||59|
|The purchase of cell phones or other technological devices for unaccompanied youth to enable the youth to attend and fully participate in school activities||28|
|The provision of access to reliable high-speed internet||38|
|Paying for short-term, temporary housing (e.g., a few days in a motel)||95|
|The provision of store cards/prepaid debit cards to purchase materials||113|