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Rapid City school district taking in nearly $200K in grants

RAPID CITY (AP) -- The Rapid City school district is getting almost $200,000 in grant funds for technology upgrades. The Rapid City Journal reports that the funds will go toward projects ranging from a keyless entry system to an upgraded graphic ...

RAPID CITY (AP) - The Rapid City school district is getting almost $200,000 in grant funds for technology upgrades.

The Rapid City Journal reports that the funds will go toward projects ranging from a keyless entry system to an upgraded graphic design program.

A $90,000 grant will go to Canyon Lake Elementary to pay for teacher training and access to virtual education platforms aimed at customized learning experiences.

Corral Drive Elementary School is getting the keyless entry system for improved safety from a roughly $65,000 Department of Homeland Security grant.

A $43,000 workforce education grant will be used to update software for the Stevens High School graphic design program.

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