Date & Time: Monday, December 11 at 2 pm ET
Federal ESSER funds have offered much-needed resources to districts to address pandemic learning loss, while also providing unprecedented opportunities to address deferred facilities maintenance issues and make thoughtful investments in school infrastructure.
With ESSER expiring in September 2024, now is the time to ensure these funds are strategically allocated for facilities and infrastructure upgrades that will last well into the future. As those funds expire, districts will need to look to alternative funding and financing options—like those afforded by the Inflation Reduction Act—to continue to address their infrastructure needs.
Attend this web seminar to learn from an insightful panel discussion with leaders from the Ozark School District in southern Missouri about using incentive funding wisely, and how they are modernizing school buildings while prioritizing educational opportunities for students.
Dr. Lori Wilson, Superintendent, Ozark School District
Dr. Curtis Chesick, Assistant Superintendent of Operations, Ozark School District
Dr. Jason Dial, Retired Superintendent and Public Sector Business Development, Trane by Trane Technologies
Michael Hines, Education Leader, Trane by Trane Technologies