The interventions provided by ESSER III funds are targeted at providing students with academic, social, emotional, and mental health support. The summer school and after school tutoring programs are specifically targeted to address students' academic needs. Generally speaking, after analysis of NWEA-MAP data, the student groups highlighted above as disproportionately impacted by COVID-19, displayed larger learning gaps than their peers. Because of this data, those students received a higher proportion of the invites to summer school. As invites are provided for the next two summers, it would be expected to see this trend continue. Social, emotional, and mental health support is being provided during summer school and the lead social worker is leading the implementation of a program aimed at supporting all students in their social emotional learning. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic: REVISION 2: MSD's Summer School program will include Health Associates salaries and benefits for student and staff health and safety.