AG Schimel announces 40 more schools and districts receiving safety grants

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MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) -- Attorney General Brad Schimel announced 40 more schools who will receive school safety grants on Tuesday.

Forty schools will receive over $2.8 million to put towards safety measures like updating telephone and PA systems and replacing and installing better locks on classroom doors.

The announcement came after Schimel awarded $3.5 million to 52 schools and districts on Monday.

Here are the schools awarded grants on Tuesday:

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.