Cove Schools Using Grants To Improve Security
February 3, 2022
Two Cove school districts will be using grant money from the Commonwealth to improve school security.
Claysburg-Kimmel will use a $25,000 grant to install a keyless entry system for the elementary school.
Spring Cove will use one grant of $25,000 for the purchase of school safety and security equipment for district facilities, including electronic locking systems, indoor and outdoor surveillance cameras, emergency and safety lighting, panic buttons, and emergency radios. In addition, Spring Cove received a two-year grant to offset the cost of compensating its school police chief.