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American Rescue Plan/Emergency Assistance to Non-Public Schools (ARP-EANS) Grant Program

The purpose of the ARP-EANS program is to provide services and assistance to eligible private schools to address educational disruptions caused by COVID-19. Non-profit private schools found eligible for this second round of federal funding under ARP-EANS provided that the school was in existence prior to March 13, 2020, and was not applying for or receiving a second round of the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) on or after December 27, 2020. ARP-EANS awards can be used for “secular, neutral, and non ideological” services and assistance, including sanitization, personal protective equipment, COVID testing, educational technology, and connectivity. All allowable expenditures will be through direct pay only. The fiscal agent for this program is ClassWallet. Any inquiries related to their platform should be directed to

At this time, all eligible schools have been notified with individual allocation amounts.  Please note that the amounts are final and no subsequent reviews will be conducted.  Your ARP-EANS team conducted an informational Webinar on April 5, 2022. You can access the presentation here: ARP-EANS Webinar (PDF)

Please note again that for the ARP- EANS program, the following allowable expenditures will be direct pay only:

  • Supplies to sanitize, disinfect, and clean school facilities
  • 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 schools facilities to effectively maintain health and safety
  • Expanding capacity to administer coronavirus testing to effectively monitor and suppress the virus
  • 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

Additional information regarding the ARP-EANS program may be found below: