TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — Nineteen local school corporations are reaping the benefits of more than $3.8 million in grant money.
Tippecanoe School Corporation is receiving more than $1 million of the total from North Central Health Services.
The money will be used to add resources and programs to the classroom to fulfill the mental and emotional needs of students.
TSC's Superintendent, Dr. Scott Hanback, said its schools will hire people who can best help students overcome any obstacles.
He added this will greatly benefit the 20 schools within TSC.
"We cant do everything, but we can do something," said Hanback. "We are just beyond excited. Our kids and our staff are winners today [Thursday] because of this grant."
The grant will be used starting this year and will last through the 2021-2022 school year.
School corporations receiving this grant money are below
Attica Consolidated School Corporation
Benton Community School Corporation
Clinton Central School Corporation
Clinton Prairie School Corporation
Community Schools of Frankfort
Covington Community School Corporation
Crawfordsville Community School Corporation
Delphi Community School Corporation
Faith Christian School
Frankfort Crossing School of Business &
Frontier School Corporation
Lafayette Catholic School System
Lafayette School Corporation
North Montgomery Community School Corporation
South Montgomery Community School Corporation
Southeast Fountain School Corporation
Tippecanoe School Corporation
Tri-County School Corporation
Twin Lakes School Corporation
The grant money is a part of NCHS's Resilient Youth Initiative.
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