COVID Relief to Wisconsin Schools | WSAU News / Talk 550 AM · 99.9 FM

MADISON, WI (WTAQ) – Governor Tony Evers is directing $110 million in federal coronavirus relief funds to schools.

In a press release, the Governor said…

“This $110 million investment is an opportunity for schools to invest directly in programs to help students both in and out of the classroom, allowing schools to hire more educators and staff, provide more educational and extracurricular opportunities, investing in mental health support, buying art supplies or computers, or keeping the lights on – whatever they need and most importantly anything our children need. I have always said what’s best for our children is what’s best for our state, and these funds will help ensure our children receive the services and resources they need. recovery and recovery. “

The governor’s office said the money would bring in an additional $133.72 per student. All Wisconsin school districts will receive the money.

Green Bay School District will receive $2.8 million, Appleton schools $1.9 million and Oshkosh County $1.3 million.

View breakdown of all Wisconsin counties here. COVID Relief to Wisconsin Schools | WSAU News / Talk 550 AM · 99.9 FM

Dais Johnston

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