Rapid City’s North Middle School received a $900,000 school improvement grant through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, reports KOTA News. The four-year grant will fund summer and after school programs as well as professional development for the school’s educators.
The grant aims to assist each student gain proficiency in each subject in order to graduate high school. North Middle School qualified for the grant based on school improvement challenges since No Child Left Behind was implemented.
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