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Mitchell School District Awarded Grant

Mitchell School District Awarded Grant

The Mitchell School District is one of eight after-school programs that have been awarded grants to provide educational opportunities for students.  The South Dakota Department of Education grants range from $50,000 to $150,000 per year. The grants are funded for five years based on annual reviews. The money goes to support tutoring, homework help, music, arts, sports and other after-school activities.  In addition to the Mitchell School District, the Belle Fourche School District, Boys and Girls Club of Watertown, Dupree School District, Huron School District, the McIntosh School District, Sioux Falls Volunteers of America and the Stanley County School District will receive grants.

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