Local schools share in $190 million from state to boost security and mental health programs

By spring, Highlands students will have roving access to health and hygiene supplies, clothes and classroom items to help increase their chances of success in school.

The Mobile Support Station will be paid for through a $270,000 state grant from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency School Safety and Security Program that was announced last week.

Other schools include: Hempfield Area with about $364,000, Allegheny Valley with $228,000 and Burrell with $253,000.

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Source: Pittsburgh Tribune Review, November 14, 2022.