List: How much Butler County schools received in CARES Act funding

Butler County schools, including the county’s largest district Lakota Schools, received their annual report cards from the Ohio Department of Education Thursday.

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Butler County schools, including the county’s largest district Lakota Schools, received their annual report cards from the Ohio Department of Education Thursday.

Area schools recently received an injection of federal funds to help battle the spread of the coronavirus when they open classes next month.

The influx of thousands of dollars – part of $100 million statewide - will help Butler County schools cover the unanticipated costs of trying to operate schools during the global pandemic.

ExploreArea districts get pieces of $100M in coronavirus funding for Ohio schools

Here’s how much was allocated to schools in Butler County

Lakota Local: $795,414.86

Hamilton City: $532,259.85

Fairfield City: $511,032.01

Middletown City: $394,459.09

Edgewood City: $193,701.75

Talawanda City: $176,245.77

Monroe Local: $148,072.57

Ross Local: $145,772.32

Butler Tech: $139,855.38

Madison Local: $78,879.01

New Miami Local: $39,467.53

Stephen T Badin: $21,056.97

Mother Teresa Catholic: $17,132.35

Marshall High School: $15,644.57

Summit Academy Secondary School - Middletown: $14,933.51

Middletown Preparatory & Fitness Academy: $14,843.05

Cincinnati Christian Schools: $14,514.00

Sacred Heart: $13,681.03

St. John XXIII Catholic School: $11,790.79

Summit Academy of Middletown: $11,559.13

St Joseph: $7,307.04

Richard Allen Academy: $6,803.99

Immanuel Lutheran: $5,906.42

St Ann: $5,901.40

Queen Of Peace: $5,841.80

St Peter In Chains: $5,339.32

International Academy Of Cincinnati, Inc.: $5,202.84

McGuffey Montessori School: $1,416.00

Kinder Garden School, West Chester: $678.50

Fairfield Educational Building: $531.00

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