Several Northern Michigan Schools Receive Additional State Funding
It’s a big day for thousands of students across Michigan.
They’ll be zipping up backpacks and sharpening pencils for the first day of school!
Some Northern Michigan schools are receiving more state money this year than ever before.
Gaylord Community Schools is among 20 schools receiving additional funding this year.
Their grand total is just over $660,000 from the state.
To break that down, the base per student price is $60.
However, schools in more rural areas of Northern Michigan are receiving “2X funding,” doubling that to $120.
Gaylord is receiving the highest amount of money, with the next highest amount given to Boyne City.
They’re getting over $250,000 this year.
Other school districts include:
- Alba Public Schools: $32,321
- Atlanta Communities Schools: $65,509
- Beaver Island Community School: $8,273
- Bellaire Public Schools: $77,922
- Boyne City Public School: $275,209
- Boyne Falls Public School District: $42,866
- Central Lake Public Schools: $70,636
- Charlevoix Montessori Academy: $13,159
- Charlevoix Public Schools: $121,715
- Concord Academy Boyne: $22,970
- East Jordan Public Schools: $219,931
- Elk Rapids Schools: $259,717
- Ellsworth Community Schools: $78,022
- Fairview Area Schools: $96,812
- Gaylord Community Schools: $662,409
- Hillman Community Schools: $122,808
- Johannesburg-Lewiston Area Schools: $164,898
- Mancelona Public Schools: $271,128
- Mio-AuSable Schools: $127,138
- Vanderbilt Area Schools: $29,965
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