Planning a Building or Renovating?
EANS II funding is part of the American Recovery Act (ARP) and is referred to as ARP EANS. Eligibility requirements for ARP EANS differ from the CRRSA EANS funds. Primary changes include
- Non-public schools must meet the enrollment threshold of 40% of students from low-income families, or an alternate percentage approved by the home State.
- Specific factors that represent the impact of COVID-19 on a non-public school, including number of COVID-19 infections and deaths per capita in the community, loss of instructional time/learning loss impact within the school, and economic impact of COVID-19 on the community.
- Applicants may only request procurement of services and products; reimbursements for previous purchases or expenses will not be eligible.
CPS has helped hundreds of religious schools efficiently manage their EANS I funding. We are an approved vendor of ClassWallet and Sam.gov. At every step, we will support you through your State’s process, and ensure you receive the best pricing available through our hundreds of national and regional suppliers