Deadline nears for Ohio schools to claim $2.8 million in safety grant funding | #ESC_LLC #School #Security #Ohio #Grants | Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says public and private schools have until Nov. 30th to claim nearly $2,8 million in unclaimed Ohio school safety grant funding. (Please scroll down)
In September, DeWine announced all of Ohio’s public schools, chartered nonpublic schools, and schools operated by county boards of developmental disabilities were eligible to receive a portion of $12 million in grants to pay for school resource officer training, safety and security materials, programs to identify and help students struggling with mental health, and more.
More than 1,700 Ohio schools and school districts are qualified to apply for grants totaling between $2,500 and $283,000, depending on school enrollment.
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