Katy ISD Plans to Put Funds Toward Mental Health and Learning Loss

Katy ISD is planning to use their second and third rounds of elementary and secondary emergency relief funding toward mental health and learning loss. 

Parents, staff, students, and members of the Katy community submitted over 13,000 survey responses to Katy ISD. The results clearly established a community priority of addressing mental health and learning loss across the district, through 2023. 

According to its community survey, KISD discovered 41% of respondents declared learning loss the highest priority of KISD’s ESSER funds. Statewide STAAR results recently indicated a 4% decrease in student reading abilities and a 15% decrease in math skills, for students grade eight and higher. KISD also plans to allocate around $4.6 million in its round three ESSER funding to mental health services.

For more information on KISD’s plans for ESSER funding distribution, be sure to visit the Katy ISD website

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