What types of services or assistance may a non-public school receive?
(Question D-1 from the Department of Education FAQ Document)
A non-public school may apply to receive services and assistance from the SEA or its contractors to address educational disruptions resulting from COVID-19 for:
• Supplies to sanitize, disinfect, and clean school facilities (See D-3)
• Personal protective equipment (PPE)
• Improving ventilation systems, including windows or portable air purification systems
• Training and professional development for staff on sanitization, the use of PPE, and minimizing
the spread of infectious diseases
• Physical barriers to facilitate social distancing
• Other materials, supplies, or equipment recommended by the CDC for reopening and operation of
school facilities to effectively maintain health and safety
• Expanding capacity to administer coronavirus testing to effectively monitor and suppress the
• Educational technology (including hardware, software, connectivity, assistive technology, and
adaptive equipment) to assist students, educators, and other staff with remote or hybrid learning
• Redeveloping instructional plans, including curriculum development, for remote or hybrid
learning, or to address learning loss
• Leasing sites or spaces to ensure safe social distancing
• Reasonable transportation costs
• Initiating and maintaining education and support services or assistance for remote or hybrid
learning or to address learning loss
• Reimbursement for the expenses of any services or assistance described above that a non-public
school incurred on or after March 13, 2020, except for services or assistance described in D-8.
(See section 312(d)(4)).