Resources for Districts and Community Partners

Disadvantaged Pupil Impact Aid, Base Cost Student Wellness and Success Component & Student Wellness and Success 

Below are state and national resources and/or programs to assist districts as they work with community partners to develop their Disadvantaged Pupil Impact Aid, Base Cost Student Wellness and Success Component, and Student Wellness and Success spending plans. For a quick guide differentiating between the three sources of funding, click here.  

Mental and physical health services including Telemedicine

Services for homeless youth

Services for child welfare-involved youth

Community liaisons or programs that connect students to community resources, including Communities in Schools and other similar programs 

Student services provided prior to or after the regularly scheduled school day or at any time school is not in session including mentoring programs     

Family engagement and support services

Professional development regarding the provision of trauma-informed care

Professional development regarding cultural competence

Reading improvement and intervention

Instructional technology or blended learning 

Professional development in reading instruction for teachers of students in K-3rd   

Dropout prevention 

School safety and security measures      

Community learning centers that address barriers to learning

Academic interventions for students in grades 6-12

Employment of an individual who has successfully completed the Bright New Leaders for Ohio schools’ program as a principal or an assistant principal  

Culturally appropriate, evidenced-based or evidenced-informed prevention education, youth-led programming and social and emotional learning curricula to promote mental health and prevent substance use and suicide

Last Modified: 2/9/2022 12:22:16 PM