DOJ announces $1.6 million in school safety grants to 23 school districts and private schools

Attorney General Brad Schimel today announced an additional 23 schools and school districts 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 recipients will receive nearly $1,583,821 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 on July 25, 2018:

  • Aquinas Catholic Schools (La Crosse), $48,061;
  • Arcadia School District, $70,955;
  • Beloit Turner School District, $79,120;
  • Campbellsport School District, $84,260;
  • Cristo Rey Jesuit Milwaukee High, $20,609;
  • Delavan-Darien School District, $102,708;
  • Galesville-Ettrick-Trempealeau School District, $99,705;
  • Hillsboro School District, $40,960;
  • Holmen School District, $113,596;
  • Holy Rosary Grade School (Darlington), $9,543;
  • Ithaca School District, $65,243;
  • Lac du Flambeau School District, $20,000;
  • Onalaska School District, $99,950;
  • Potosi School District, $59,262;
  • Risen Savior Evangelical Lutheran School (Milwaukee), $20,000;
  • Royall School District, $60,000;
  • Saint Paul’s Lutheran School (Fort Atkinson), $19,600;
  • Sheboygan County Christian School, $15,454;
  • Southern Door County School District, $63,970;
  • Sparta Area School District, $183,905;
  • St. Mary Grade School (Bloomington), $19,945;
  • St. Paul’s Lutheran School (Muskego), $16,070;
  • Verona Area School District, $270,905.