Schools across the state of Missouri are set to receive approximately 100-million dollars in CARES Act funding. Monroe City Superintendent Tony DeGrave says these funds will be beneficial to their school district.
DeGrave adds the school board has begun discussions on what to do with the money they’re set to receive in the coming months.
The Monroe City School Board is expected to continue discussion on the fund plans in upcoming meetings. Their next meeting is scheduled for May 10th.