Greeneville City Schools Receive More Than One And A Half Million Dollars For School Improvements
More than a million and a half dollars in grant funding will be used to provide after school tutoring, enrichment programs, credit recovery, and summer school programming in Greeneville City Schools. The money comes in the form of a million, 560 thousand dollars from a 21st Century Community Learning Center grant. The school system will receive just over three hundred thousand dollars per year for the next five years to be used for programs at Highland Elementary, Hal Henard Elementary, Tusculum View Elementary, Greeneville Middle and High Schools. The grant is used to improve teaching and learning in high poverty schools.