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Security Grants

Read: Deadline Extended for Ohio Schools to Claim School Safety Grant Money

Deadline Extended for Ohio Schools to Claim School Safety Grant Money

The deadline has been extended until Nov. 30 for the 27 percent of eligible Ohio schools who have not claimed their school safety grant money yet.

Read: $35M Awarded to Tenn. School Districts to Improve School Safety

$35M Awarded to Tenn. School Districts to Improve School Safety

Nearly 150 school districts in Tennessee have been awarded $35M for school security and safety funding, recommended by the Governor’s School Safety Working Group.

Read: 52 Wisconsin Schools, Districts Awarded $3.5 Million in Safety Grants

52 Wisconsin Schools, Districts Awarded $3.5 Million in Safety Grants

A total of 735 schools have applied to receive grant money, which can be used for building upgrades, faculty training and mental health resources.

Read: Mich., N.H. Approve Additional School Safety Funding

Mich., N.H. Approve Additional School Safety Funding

The Michigan Senate approved an estimated $58 million for school safety funding while New Hampshire approved $10 million in security grants.

Read: More Districts, Counties Offering School Safety Grants

More Districts, Counties Offering School Safety Grants

The second largest county in New Jersey announced Tuesday it will be allocating $20 million of its capital budget to fund school security upgrades.

Read: DHS Announces 2018 Preparedness Grant Opportunities

DHS Announces 2018 Preparedness Grant Opportunities

The preparedness grants, aimed to improve the nation’s readiness in preventing and responding to emergencies, total over $1.6 billion.

Read: More Schools, Colleges to Improve Campus Security After Fla. Shooting

More Schools, Colleges to Improve Campus Security After Fla. Shooting

The governor of Maryland has proposed a $125 million school security plan, which would be paid for by casino revenue received by the state.

Read: Marjory Stoneman Douglas Tragedy Prompts School Security Upgrade Proposals

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Tragedy Prompts School Security Upgrade Proposals

Districts and local and state governments are investigating ways to upgrade school safety as a result of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting.

Read: $2M in School Safety Grants to Be Distributed to Mich. Schools

$2M in School Safety Grants to Be Distributed to Mich. Schools

The money is part of the state’s Competitive School Safety Grant Program.

Read: Kansas School District Purchases IP Video Surveillance

Kansas School District Purchases IP Video Surveillance

The district in Topeka, Kansas, adopted the camera systems to improve security.

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