How can students use the ACE funding?

 

Services must start on or after July 1, 2022, to qualify for reimbursement. 

  • Before- or after-school educational programs;
    • An educational program means a class, workshop, or educational experience to develop knowledge, understanding, and skills relevant to the student’s individual learning needs.
  • Day camps, including camps for academics, music, and arts;
  • Tuition for learning extension centers;
    • A learning extension center is a faith-based or community or other public sites that provides physical space to allow workstations for students where educational support is provided in a supervised setting.
  • Tuition for learning pods;
    • A learning pod is a small group of students receiving instruction from an educator.
  • The purchase of curriculum, manipulatives, and consumable materials for home-school families;
  • Educational, learning, or study skills services;
  • Field trips to historical landmarks, museums, science centers, and theaters – including admission, exhibit, and program fees;
  • Language classes;
  • Musical instrument lessons;
  • Tutoring.

*Claims submitted where the Service Provider is a parent/guardian or family member of the child who received the services are not reimbursable*