Attorney General Brad Schimel announced 60 more schools that are receiving grants around the state. In our area we had 4 schools and districts. Most Precious Blood Grade School of New London received $20,000; Oconto Unified School District got $104,358 Saint Paul Lutheran Grade School of Bonduel was granted $20,684 and the Tigerton School District received $42,310. Schimel announced plans for a second round of grant funding by utilizing the approximately $45 million in remaining school safety money available. The second round of funding will focus on advanced initiatives to bolster student mental health, the creation of local School Safety Intervention teams, and additional physical security upgrades. K-12 schools, both public and private, are encouraged to apply for the next round of grants, which will be awarded starting in October. Schools interested in applying for the second round of grant funding must submit a mandatory “intent to apply” to the OSS by August 13, 2018.