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Alabama

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Alabama has spent 23% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $216,947,540 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $899,464,932 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $2,021,518,529 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $39,735,386  
  • IDEA: $249,210,312  
  • Title I: $572,719,847  
  • Title IV-A: $18,871,129  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Alabama was awarded $15,404,231 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Alaska

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Alaska has spent 28% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $38,407,914 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $159,719,422 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $358,770,937 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $81,519,330 
  • IDEA: $52,075,667 
  • Title I: $109,725,238  
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Alaska was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Arizona

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Arizona has spent 30% of total awarded funds.

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $277,422,944 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $1,149,715,947 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $2,583,943,517 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $45,865,367 
  • IDEA: $289,798,643 
  • Title I: $758,287,273  
  • Title IV-A: $24,786, 468  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Arizona was awarded $20,826,927 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • The Arizona School Safety Program is a competitive grant that promotes and enhances safety in schools. Learn More.

Arkansas

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Arkansas has spent 43% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $128,758,638 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $558,017,409 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $1,254,119,960 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $24,474,391 
  • IDEA: $157,959,371  
  • Title I: $354,297,729 
  • Title IV-A: $11,752,441 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Arkansas was awarded $9,378,149 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

California

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, California has spent 30% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $1,647,306,127 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $6,709,633,866 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $15,079,696,097 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $267,360,513 
  • IDEA: $1,672,263,265 
  • Title I: $4,305,989,945  
  • Title IV-A: $139,925,103  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. California was awarded $119,828,943 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Colorado

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Colorado has spent 31% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $120,993,782 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $519,324,311 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $1,167,153,961 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $35,558,004 
  • IDEA: $227,646,629 
  • Title I: $4,305,989,945  
  • Title IV-A: $139,925,103 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The School Security Disbursement (SSD) Grant Program provides $5.8M for Colorado public schools to invest in resources that will improve security within their buildings. This includes equipment that prevents the entry of unauthorized individuals and expedites communication when a threat is present. Learn more.
  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Colorado was awarded $9,356,572 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Connecticut

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Alabama has spent 30% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $216,947,540 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $899,464,932 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $2,021,518,529 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $39,735,386  
  • IDEA: $249,210,312  
  • Title I: $572,719,847  
  • Title IV-A: $18,871,129  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Connecticut was awarded $9,119,532 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Delaware

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Delaware has spent 35% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $43,492,753 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $182,885,104 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $410,861,389 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $7,947,395  
  • IDEA: $50,704,391  
  • Title I: $119,810,224  
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Delaware was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

District of Columbia

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, District of Columbia has spent 19% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $42,006,354 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $172,013,174 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $386,476,999 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $4,306,695 
  • IDEA: $26,986,566 
  • Title I: $131,065,705 
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. District of Columbia was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Florida

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Florida has spent 34% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $770,247,851 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $3,133,878,723 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $7,043,370,152 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $141,399,533  
  • IDEA: $914,775,827  
  • Title I: $2,168,204,511  
  • Title IV-A: $68,823,158

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Florida was awarded $53,737,824 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Georgia

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Georgia has spent 40% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $457,169,852 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $1,892,092,618 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $4,252,431,691 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $76,718,851  
  • IDEA: $489,913,258  
  • Title I: $1,363,455,733  
  • Title IV-A: $44,626,545  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Georgia was awarded $33,444,267 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Hawaii

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Hawaii has spent 46% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $43,385,229 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $183,595,211 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $412,530,212 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $8,702,590  
  • IDEA: $55,662,381  
  • Title I: $125,730,686  
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include:

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Hawaii was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Idaho

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Idaho has spent 31% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $47,854,695 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $195,890,413 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $440,131,922 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $12,581,416  
  • IDEA: $80,751,793  
  • Title I: $125,396,227  
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Idaho was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Illinois

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Illinois has spent 33% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $569,467,218 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $2,250,804,891 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $5,058,601,934 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $110,705,429 
  • IDEA: $685,733,837  
  • Title I: $1,440,230,913 
  • Title IV-A: $4,753,0271  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Illinois was awarded $40,627,885 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Indiana

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Illinois has spent 33% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $569,467,218 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $2,250,804,891 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $5,058,601,934 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $56,596,897 
  • IDEA: $367,859,530  
  • Title I: $562,875,818 
  • Title IV-A: $18,505,177  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Indiana was awarded $14,216,829 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • The Secured School Safety Grant (SSSG) will provide nearly $23M to 425 schools in Indiana. Approximately $6.4M will be allocated for equipment and technology. Click here to learn more.

Iowa

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Iowa has spent 45% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $71,625,561 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $344,864,294 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $775,053,259 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $26,732,988 
  • IDEA: $166,199,851  
  • Title I: $226,335,319 
  • Title IV-A: $7,375,216  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Iowa was awarded $5,988,079 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • The School Safety Improvement Fund was created by the State of Iowa in response to the increase in school violence brought on by the pandemic. By submitting an application, districts are eligible to receive up to $50,000 per building to apply towards security improvements. Learn More.

Kansas

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Kansas has spent 27% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $84,529,061 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $369,829,794 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $831,170,555 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $23,346,976 
  • IDEA: $151,333,380  
  • Title I: $237,190,774 
  • Title IV-A: $7,914,283  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Kansas was awarded $6,450,520 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Kentucky

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Kentucky has spent 37% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $193,186,874 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $928,274,720 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $2,001,216,921 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $34,569,957 
  • IDEA: $224,377,596  
  • Title I: $561,949,821 
  • Title IV-A: $18,587,695  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Kentucky was awarded $15,008,023 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Louisiana

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Louisiana has spent 23% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $286,980,175 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $1,160,119,378 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $2,607,344,054 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $41,240,065 
  • IDEA: $260,790,178 
  • Title I: $733,168,401 
  • Title IV-A: $23,880,475  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Louisiana was awarded $21,279,385 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Maine

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of July 31, 2022, Maine has spent 23% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $43,793,319 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $183,138,601 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $411,429,361 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $11,981,960 
  • IDEA: $74,492,256 
  • Title I: $124,908,796 
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Maine was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Maryland

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of July 31, 2022, Maryland has spent 24% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $207,834,058 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $868,771,243 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $1,952,539,087 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $43,776,198 
  • IDEA: $280,100,536 
  • Title I: $626,362,455 
  • Title IV-A: $19,976,759

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Maryland was awarded $16,990,815 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • The Maryland Safe Schools Fund Grant is a non-competitive grant that funds the cost of school safety-related services and projects. Learn More.
  • Nonpublic School Security Improvement (NPSI) Grant provides $3.5 million for nonpublic schools in Maryland to purchase safety upgrades for their buildings.  Learn more. 

Massachusetts

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of July 31, 2022, Massachusetts has spent 30% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $214,894,317 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $814,890,396 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $1,831,416,990 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $62,159,340 
  • IDEA: $386,446,670 
  • Title I: $533,717,858 
  • Title IV-A: $17,784,089  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Massachusetts was awarded $15,074,006 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • The Massachusetts Safe and Supportive Schools Competitive Grant provides funding to school districts to create and sustain safe and supportive school environments. Learn More.

Michigan

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Michigan has spent 26% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $389,796,984 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $1,656,308,286 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $3,722,478,258 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $87,359,678 
  • IDEA: $538,393,933 
  • Title I: $1,065,950,293 
  • Title IV-A: $34,729,161  

Federal and State Competitive Grants include:

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Michigan was awarded $27,899,224 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • Competitive School Safety Grant Program (CSSGP): State funding to improve the safety and security of students, staff, and school buildings through the purchase of technology and equipment or to upgrade hardening measures. Learn More.
  • Section 97 of the State School Aid Act for 2022-2023 school year includes funding for districts and nonpublic schools to improve school safety, including safety infrastructure, school safety products, critical incident mapping, and security assessments. Learn more.

Minnesota

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of July 31, 2022, Minnesota has spent 27% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $140,137,253 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $588,036,257 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $1,321,564,450 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $41,506,009 
  • IDEA: $269,506,216 
  • Title I: $357,690,315 
  • Title IV-A: $11,776,487 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include:

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Minnesota was awarded $10,481,264 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Mississippi

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of July 31, 2022, Michigan has spent 22% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $169,883,002 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $724,532,847 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $1,628,366,137 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $26,201,588 
  • IDEA: $163,216,588 
  • Title I: $476,319,403 
  • Title IV-A: $15,642,893 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Mississippi was awarded $13,144,640 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Missouri

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of July 31, 2022, Missouri has spent 22% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $208,443,300 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $871,172,291 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $1,957,916,288 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $49,733,879 
  • IDEA: $309,108,762 
  • Title I: $533,774,493 
  • Title IV-A: $17,942,712 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Missouri was awarded $15,082,238 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Montana

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of July 31, 2022, Montana has spent 27% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $41,295,230 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $170,099,465 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $382,019,236 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $8,301,982 
  • IDEA: $52,825,914 
  • Title I: $120,173,745 
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Montana was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Nebraska

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Nebraska has spent 18% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $65,085,085 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $243,073,530 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $546,290,147 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $16,350,682 
  • IDEA: $102,385,436 
  • Title I: $144,476,181 
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include:

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Nebraska was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Nevada

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Nevada has spent 21% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $117,185,045 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $477,322,438 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $1,072,783,189 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $17,580,833 
  • IDEA: $110,164,820 
  • Title I: $342,887,296 
  • Title IV-A: $10,750,010 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include:

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Nevada was awarded $8,866,003 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

New Hampshire

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, New Hampshire has spent 22% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $37,641,372 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $156,065,807 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $350,561,159 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $10,390,583 
  • IDEA: $64,583,102 
  • Title I: $104,803,908 
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The Security Action for Education (SAFE) Grant Program provides $13 million that will be distributed to schools across New Hampshire to invest in access control, emergency alerting, and surveillance upgrades. Learn more.
  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. New Hampshire was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

New Jersey

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, New Jersey has spent 23% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $310,371,213 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $1,230,971,757 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $2,766,529,533 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $79,149,356 
  • IDEA: $492,074,165 
  • Title I: $858,745,502 
  • Title IV-A: $28,598,661 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. New Jersey was awarded $20,905,551 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • Securing Our Children’s Future Bond Act provides grants for school security projects in New Jersey school districts Learn More.

New Mexico

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, New Mexico has spent 21% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $108,574,786 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $435,938,638 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $979,761,933 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $19,944,622 
  • IDEA: $123,832,166 
  • Title I: $281,812,305 
  • Title IV-A: $9,239,846 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include:

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. New Mexico was awarded $7,684,976 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

New York

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, New York has spent 18% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $1,037,045,603 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $4,002,381,738 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $8,995,282,324 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $166,096,541 
  • IDEA: $1,030,888,238 
  • Title I: $2,791,930,555 
  • Title IV-A: $89,531,337 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. New York was awarded $72,522,705 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

North Carolina

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of July 31, 2022, North Carolina has spent 39% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $396,311,607 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $1,602,590,987 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $3,601,780,364 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $93,642,460 
  • IDEA: $481,608,413 
  • Title I: $1,094,517,300 
  • Title IV-A: $35,474,393 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include:

  • The School Safety Grant, through the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction’s Center for Safer Schools, will provide over $74.1 million to 200 school districts and charter schools throughout the state. Grant recipients can use the awarded funds to purchase safety equipment, hire school resource officers, and provide training and services for students in crisis. Learn more.
  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. North Carolina was awarded $29,367,638 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

North Dakota

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, North Dakota has spent 24% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $33,297,699 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $135,924,393 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $305,338,029 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $6,954,979 
  • IDEA: $43,581,235 
  • Title I: $99,780,557 
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. North Dakota was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Ohio

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Ohio has spent 31% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $489,205,200 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $1,991,251,095 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $4,475,243,513 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $95,495,761 
  • IDEA: $599,392,412 
  • Title I: $1,265,639,884 
  • Title IV-A: $41,609,893 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Ohio was awarded $35,078,494 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • Ohio’s K-12 School Safety Grant Program covers expenses associated with physical security enhancements such as security cameras, public address systems, automatic door locks, and visitor badging systems. Learn more.
  • Ohio Attorney General’s FY22 School Safety Grant for school safety initiatives, training, and school climate programs. Learn more.
  • Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) School Safety and Security Grant Program (SSSG) to purchase equipment to substantially improve the safety and security of facilities, and to reduce or eliminate injuries or illnesses associated with providing educational services to children. Learn more.
  • State of Ohio Security Grant (OSG) to nonprofit organizations, houses of worship, chartered nonpublic schools, and licensed preschools for eligible security improvements that assist the organization in preventing, preparing for, or responding to acts of terrorism. Learn more.

Oklahoma

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Oklahoma has spent 45% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $160,950,476 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $665,038,753 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $1,494,647,051 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $32,605,440 
  • IDEA: $211,080,520 
  • Title I: $430,199,548 
  • Title IV-A: $14,289,135 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Oklahoma was awarded $11,776,526 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Oregon

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Oregon has spent 26% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $121,099,019 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $499,153,891 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $1,121,814,984 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $28,167,599 
  • IDEA: $182,457,509 
  • Title I: $292,711,326 
  • Title IV-A: $9,552,876 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Oregon was awarded $8,265,004 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Pennsylvania

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Pennsylvania has spent 33% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $523,807,198 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $2,224,964,030 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $5,000,509,384 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $93,217,911 
  • IDEA: $584,628,020 
  • Title I: $1,416,851,171 
  • Title IV-A: $46,498,959 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Pennsylvania was awarded $41,754,741 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • The Pennsylvania Safe Schools Initiative Targeted Grant aims to assist schools in promoting an environment of greater productivity, safety, and learning. Learn More.
  • The Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) announced $190M as part of the School Safety and Security Program funding. Its purpose is to provide eligible school entities with grants to support mental health initiatives and physical school security upgrades.
  • On-Demand Workshop: Join grant writing expert Dr. Paula Love, Raptor Technologies and Lightspeed Systems to learn about Criteria and Eligible Solutions for the Pennsylvania School Mental Health & Safety Grants. Application Deadline: Aug. 31. Attend On-Demand Workshop

Rhode Island

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Rhode Island has spent 20% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $46,350,444 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $184,791,567 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $415,145,839 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $9,575,698 
  • IDEA: $59,532,433 
  • Title I: $122,949,688 
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Rhode Island was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

South Carolina

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, South Carolina has spent 29% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $216,311,158 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $940,420,782 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $2,113,567,527 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $38,723,714 
  • IDEA: $251,257,058 
  • Title I: $586,868,741 
  • Title IV-A: $19,127,769 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. South Carolina was awarded $15,353,308 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

South Dakota

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, South Dakota has spent 18% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $41,295,230 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $170,099,465 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $382,019,236 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $7,873,961 
  • IDEA: $50,154,647 
  • Title I: $120,017,688 
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. South Dakota was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Tennessee

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Tennessee has spent 29% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $259,891,154 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $1,107,656,022 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $2,489,423,407 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $52,003,772 
  • IDEA: $336,705,199 
  • Title I: $721,911,327 
  • Title IV-A: $23,644,304 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include:

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Tennessee was awarded $18,804,143 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • Safe Schools Act funds are intended to create a safe learning environment for students, free of disruptions and threats to their wellbeing. All Tennessee public school districts are eligible to receive this funding. Learn More.

Texas

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Texas has spent 32% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $1,285,886,064 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $5,529,552,209 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $12,427,523,267 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $226,788,403 
  • IDEA: $1,453,587,223 
  • Title I: $3,775,962,382 
  • Title IV-A: $122,321,898 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The 2022-2024 Silent Panic Alert Technology (SPAT) Grant Program is now open, totaling $17.1 million to purchase silent panic alert technologies. Eligible applicants must apply through the TEA eGrants system by December 12, 2022. Learn how Raptor can help.
  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Texas was awarded $93,985,252 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • Gov. Abbott announced the transfer of $105.5M million to support additional school safety and mental health initiatives through August 31, 2023. Learn more.
  • 2019-2021 School Safety and Security Grant: TEA has extended the end date for the 2019-2021 School Safety and Security Grant Notice of Grant Award (NOGA) to June 15, 2023. Eligible purchases include campus hardening equipment such as campus-wide active shooter alarm systems and door-locking systems. Learn more.

Utah

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Utah has spent 25% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $67,821,787 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $274,071,684 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $615,929,016 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $25,634,595 
  • IDEA: $164,244,575 
  • Title I: $148,935,344 
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Utah was awarded $5,100,063 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Vermont

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Vermont has spent 16% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $31,148,360 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $126,973,363 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $285,223,414 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $6,705,928 
  • IDEA: $42,020,640 
  • Title I: $87,509,642 
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Vermont was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Virginia

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Virginia has spent 25% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $238,599,192 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $939,280,578 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $2,110,988,891 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $62,180,429 
  • IDEA: $402,664,695 
  • Title I: $611,193,282 
  • Title IV-A: $20,389,571 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22-23 Security Equipment Grants Program has awarded over $12 million to public schools in Virginia to cover costs related to purchasing and installing security equipment. This includes mass notification systems, visitor ID badging systems, and other security upgrades. Learn more.
  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Virginia was awarded $17,246,895 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • Digital Mapping Program for Virginia K-12 Schools will award $6.5 million in funding to create digital floor plans for school buildings to help increase safety. Learn more.

Washington

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Washington has spent 36% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $216,892,447 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $824,852,290 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $1,853,788,024 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $48,585,908 
  • IDEA: $313,416,222 
  • Title I: $574,524,937 
  • Title IV-A: $18,524,463 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Washington was awarded $15,795,771 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

West Virginia

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, West Virginia has spent 28% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $86,640,471 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $339,032,096 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $761,960,095 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $16,629,849 
  • IDEA: $103,388,330 
  • Title I: $220,014,923 
  • Title IV-A: $7,349,971 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. West Virginia was awarded $5,753,732 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

Wisconsin

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Wisconsin has spent 16% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $174,777,774 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $686,056,238 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $1,541,867,439 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $45,518,254 
  • IDEA: $282,086,995 
  • Title I: $443,056,667 
  • Title IV-A: $14,306,175 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Wisconsin was awarded $12,509,470 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.
  • The Critical Incident Stabilization Fund helps schools who have suffered a critical incident respond and recover. Learn More.
  • Senate Bill 449 created a $2M grant program allowing schools to create critical interactive blueprints, or “maps” online, in lieu of physical copies that quickly become outdated. Learn more.

Wyoming

ESSER Relief Funds help K-12 schools address the pandemic’s impact on student safety and mental wellbeing. As of June 30, 2022, Wyoming has spent 22% of total awarded funds. 

  • CARES Act ESSER I: $32,562,651 (9/30/22 deadline to obligate funds) 
  • CRRSA Act ESSER II: $135,230,900 (9/30/23) 
  • ARP ESSER: $303,779,377 (9/30/24) 

Federal Formula Grants for the 22-23 school year include: 

  • IDEA ARP: $7,035,183 
  • IDEA: $44,083,818 
  • Title I: $91,033,273 
  • Title IV-A: $5,887,415 

Federal and State Competitive Grants include: 

  • The FY22 Stronger Connections Grant Program (SCG), through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA), awards a total of nearly $1 billion to states to provide students with safer and healthier learning environments. Wyoming was awarded $4,833,025 from this program. Learn More.
  • COPS SVPP funds school safety technology that helps identify danger and improve emergency notification and response. Learn More.
  • BJA STOP funds software that helps K-12 schools maintain a safe environment and recognize, respond to, and prevent violence on campus. Learn More.

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