An evidence based, extended school year program will be implemented to address learning loss interventions. This program will ensure that such interventions will respond to students' academic, social, and emotional needs and address students who are experiencing homelessness. These students who are new to the district have been to as many as 7 schools in 2 years. Students are and have been as much as 2.5 years behind academic levels due to lack of attendance. This forces schools to develop a program to include RTI to address individual student needs along with addressing social and emotional needs through activities and teacher created materials. The district has set-aside 20% of the grant allocation for our subgroups with students still experiencing trauma after affects from experiencing homelessness and still being away from their parents, with some being away from their parents as much as 6 years. The district will hire a classified employee who will assist with science and math instruction for grades 6th-8th grades for two days a week to address learning loss. They will implement engaging lessons and hands-on experiments after school during our STEM Program. This program will also require additional service through after-school activity support and bus driving. Student projected outcome for grades 6th-8th grades will be to receive a stronger math and science inquiry and engagement with the natural world to assist with learning loss. Students will also develop increased social and emotional capacities as well as academic enrichment that will increase student achievement in STEM related areas.