DOJ announces more school safety grant recipients

Attorney General Brad Schimel today announced an additional 19 schools that have been awarded grants through the Wisconsin Department of Justice School Safety Grant program, administered by DOJ’s Office of School Safety. Combined, the 19 schools will receive $1.9 million, which will be spent on building safety improvements, as well as training for faculty and staff.

Following is a list of schools that have been awarded school safety grants:

  • Baraboo School District, $145,038;
  • Birchwood School District, $75,878;
  • Blair-Taylor School District, $43,047;
  • Boyceville Community School District, $60,000;
  • Brodhead School District, $53,789;
  • Cambridge School District, $81,704
  • Lake Country School District, $10,475;
  • Madison Metropolitan School District, $993,033;
  • Markesan School District, $22,625;
  • McFarland School District, $79,925;
  • Nature’s Classroom Institute Montessori School, $20,000;
  • New Lisbon School District, $62,354;
  • Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton School District, $40,000;
  • Pecatonica Area Schools, $40,000;
  • Portage Community Schools, $79,474;
  • Rock Prairie Montessori, $19,943;
  • Saint Mary of the Assumption Catholic School, $12,295;
  • St. Dennis School, $21,423;
  • Tomorrow River School District, $82,414;