Valley School Grants
•Page County - $89,265
•Rockingham County - $72,826
•Shenandoah County - $43,704
•Staunton - $73,301
•Waynesboro - $100,000
Several school divisions in the Valley are getting help to improve security. Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell announced $6 million in school security equimpent grants.
The money will go toward improvements like video monitoring systems, metal detectors and communications systems.
The school systems have to match one-quarter of the grant amount.
Read below to see where the counties in the WHSV coverage area plan to use the money.
•Page County - $89,265 for Grove Hill Preschool, Luray Elementary, Shenandoah Elementary, Springfield Elementary and Stanley Elementary
•Rockingham County - $72,826 for Broadway High, East Rockingham High, Elkton Elementary, Elkton Middle, Fulks Run Elementary, J. Frank Hillyard Middle, John C. Myers Elementary, John Wayland Elementary, Linville-Edom Elementary, McGaheysville Elementary, Montevideo Middle, Ottobine Elementary, Plains Elementary, Pleasant Valley Elementary, Spotswood High, Turner Ashby High and Wilbur S. Pence Middle
•Shenandoah County - $43,704 for Central High, North Fork Middle, Peter Muhlenberg Middle, Signal Knob Middle, Stonewall Jackson High and Strasburg High
•Staunton - $73,301 for A. R. Ware Elementary, Bessie Weller Elementary, Shelburne Middle and T. C. McSwain Elementary
•Waynesboro - $100,000 for Kate Collins Middle and Waynesboro High