CRRSA EANS I Announcement Archive

August 30, 2021:

The CRRSA EANS I Round Two application is available online. The application deadline is October 8th, 2021.

August 17, 2021:

The statewide training on CRRSA EANS I Round Two is now live. Please visit that training prior to the live Q&A sessions.

August 11, 2021:

The contract with the prospective education service center (ESC) has been executed. The ESC that will be assisting with reimbursement and procurements for services and assistance is ESC Region 10 in Richardson, Texas.

Region 10 will assist PNPs participating in the CRRSA EANS I program in completing the reimbursement and procurement process for services and assistance throughout the grant period.

Region 10 ESC will host a kickoff meeting with participating private schools next week to discuss processes and procedures for receiving services. The meeting invitation will be sent out from Region 10 to the private school contact person(s).

Region 10’s EANS materials are available from the Region 10 website.

For more information, please contact

August 6, 2021 *UPDATED* :

CRRSA EANS I Round Two Q&A session dates are now scheduled. Please register using the links below. Prior to the first session, the CRRSA EANS I Round Two training will be posted to the EANS webpage.

Register for Q&A Session #1: 9:00 a.m. on Weds., Aug. 26, 2021

Register for Q&A Session #2: 9:00 a.m. on Mon., Aug. 30, 2021

Register for Q&A Session #3: 9:00 a.m. on Thurs., Sept. 2, 2021

June 28, 2021:

All approved EANS I requests from private nonprofit schools, as previously notified, will be fully funded. Round 2 requests may be reduced proportionally based on the required prioritization criteria as needed.

USDE has clarified the following types of activities as unallowable under EANS. If TEA had previously approved these items, they will be removed from your application before determining the amounts for services.

  • Touchless toilets
  • Touchless faucets
  • Substitute teachers while PNP teachers are out with COVID-19

TEA will continue to update the allowable/unallowable activity list as USDE provides clarifications.