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Grants help make schools more safe

June 17, 2014

PLYMOUTH/ BOURBON — Student safety is a high priority for all members of school administrations, teachers, staff and parents. The Secured School Safety Grant helps schools reach their safety goals.
Two schools serving Marshall County received more than $48,000 combined in the recently announced grant awards from the state Department of Homeland Security.
Plymouth Community School Corporation (PCSC) was awarded $35,000 to employ a school resource officer and for equipment.
Triton School Corporation was awarded $13,100 which will be used for equipment. This is the second time the grants have been awarded.
For more details read the complete story in today's Pilot News.

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