Indiana grant program aims to ensure Hoosier schools are safe and secure

NOW: Indiana grant program aims to ensure Hoosier schools are safe and secure

NEXT:

SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The Secured School Safety Grant Program has awarded more than 110 million dollars in matching grants to Indiana school districts. The program has served as a critical resource to ensure Hoosier schools are safe and secure.

Here in Michiana, Concord Community Schools has used these funds to offset the cost of their in-district police department. In total, that has amounted to $100,000 annually.

Penn Harris Madison schools is also applying for the grant as they do every year. For 2021-2022, PHM got $86,000. Last year, South Bend Community Schools received $50,000, and Elkhart Community Schools received $100,000.

The application is opened until June 31st. Learn further information here.  

Share this article:
Are you sure you want to delete this comment?
Close
Are you sure you want to delete this comment?