Flossmoor School District 161 recently earned a $635,000 Community Partnership Grant from the Illinois State Board of Education to support mental health services for students and educators in the post-pandemic world.
“We originally wrote the grant for $113,000 and they gave us $635,000, so that was pretty exciting. I think a lot of districts didn’t apply for this grant opportunity, so there ended up being a bigger pool of money,” said Jackie Janicke, director of special education. “Now that we are able to expand services to our general education population we’re really going to . . .
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