More school safety grants announced: $2.9 million to 40 school districts and private schools

Attorney General Brad Schimel today announced a list of 40 schools and school districts that have been awarded the next round of grants through the Wisconsin Department of Justice School Safety Grant program. Combined, the 40 schools and school districts will receive $2,895,658 which will be spent on building safety improvements, as well as training for faculty and staff.

DOJ said more grants will be awarded soon. 

A list of all 735 schools and school districts that have requested grant funds is available on the DOJ website.

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

  • Athens School District, $61,437;
  • Baldwin-Woodville Area School District, $40,900;
  • Bangor School District, $39,957;
  • Cassville School District, $38,930;
  • Central Wisconsin Christian Schools (Waupun), $19,822;
  • Clear Lake School District, $41,839;
  • Goodman-Armstrong Creek School District, $40,073;
  • Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran School (Greenville), $20,075;
  • Iowa-Grant School District, $41,785;
  • Kimberly Area School District, $180,000;
  • Melrose-Mindoro School District, $59,316;
  • Menominee Indian School District, $55,817;
  • Menomonie Area School District, $168,808;
  • Minocqua J1 School District, $60,000;
  • New Holstein School District, $59,993;
  • Niagara School District, $42,177;
  • North Crawford School District, $40,440;
  • Northland Pines School District, $132,746;
  • Notre Dame de la Baie Academy, $22,700;
  • Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School (Ashland), $20,560;
  • Owen-Withee School District, $66,585;
  • Peshtigo School District, $59,997;
  • Port Edwards School District, $62,062;
  • Rhinelander School District, $119,295;
  • Rice Lake Area School District, $114,268;
  • Saint Ignatius of Loyola Catholic School, $18,782;
  • Saint Luke’s Lutheran School (Oakfield), $15,962;
  • Saint Mary Catholic School (Mayville), $9,255;
  • Saint Matthew Grade School (Campbellsport), $21,500;
  • Sheboygan Area School District, $492,032;
  • St. John Nepomucene School (Little Chute), $17,140;
  • St. Joseph Catholic School (Fort Atkinson), $20,000;
  • St. Paul Lutheran School (Luxemburg), $7,062;
  • St. Paul’s Lutheran School (Howards Grove), $19,056;
  • Syble Hopp School, $19,312;
  • Three Lakes School District, $86,749;
  • Washington Island School District, $36,760;
  • Wausau School District, $406,194;
  • Winneconne Community School District, $51,997;
  • Wittenberg-Birnamwood School District, $64,275.