Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the FCS Bridge to Success Plan?

    Bridge to Success is Fulton County Schools’ three-year comprehensive plan to help students recover from the learning loss as a result of COVID-19 and ensure student achievement and success.

     

    How does Fulton County Schools plan to use funding provided by the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Plan?

    Click here to view an outline of the planning, implementation and evaluation of evidence-based interventions that Fulton County Schools plans to use to support accelerated learning opportunities for students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

     

    What is “Maintenance of Equity”?

    Maintenance of Equity is a requirement by American Rescue Plan to ensure that high poverty schools do not suffer a loss in staffing and funding. View Fulton County School’s Maintenance of Equity.

     

    How do I submit input and feedback on the use of the American Rescue Plan funding?

    Input and feedback about American Rescue Plan funding may be submitted to arp_esser@fultonschools.org

     

    How do I report fraud, waste, and abuse?

    Allegations of fraud, waste, and abuse can be reported using this printer-friendly form and returned by mail, email or in person.

     

    How can I see spending related to the Bridge to Success Plan?

    The Georgia Department of Education provides a transparent way for the public to see Georgia school districts’ use of federal COVID-19 relief funds via the ESSER funding dashboard.

     

    What do some acronyms mean?

    • ESSER - Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief
    • ARP - American Recue Plan
    • CARES - Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act
    • CRRSA - Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations
    • LEA – Local Education Agency