Local schools receiving grant for library books, materialsSPRINGFIELD – Fifteen school districts in the 40th Senate District have been awarded library grants from the Illinois Secretary of State’s School District Library Grant Program. The program is designed to help provide more library books and materials for public school students in Illinois.

More than $24,200 will be awarded to the fifteen school districts.

“Having access to resources that broaden horizons and improve reading skills is paramount to future success as a student and as an adult in the workplace,” said State Senator Toi Hutchinson (D – Chicago Heights).

The grant award amount is based on funds appropriated by the General Assembly and the school’s official enrollment as of the previous school year.

The following local schools are receiving funds from the School District Library Grant Program:

School District  City  Amount 
 Bourbonnais Elementary SD #53  Bourbonnais  $1,701.75
 Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School District #307  Bradley  $1,539.75
 Bradley Elementary School District 61  Bradley  $1,038.00
 Flossmoor Elementary School District #161  Chicago Heights  $1,681.50
 Chicago Heights School District #170  Chicago Heights  $2,247.75
 Bloom High School District #206  Chicago Heights   $2,259.75
 Coal City CUSD #1  Coal City  $1,551.75
 Homewood-Flossmoor High School District #233  Flossmoor  $2,043.00
 Frankfort Community Consolidated School District #157C  Frankfort  $1,806.00
 Gardner Community Consolidated Elem. School #72C  Gardner  $750.00
 Herscher CUSD #2  Herscher  $1,248.00
 Kankakee SD 111  Kankakee  $3,279.75
 Manhattan Elementary School District 114  Manhattan  $1,039.50
 Peotone CUSD 207U  Peotone  $1,097.25
 Wilmington CUSD 209U  Wilmington  $983.25
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