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Schools to receive CARES funding

Area school systems are in line to receive a large chunk of funds from the US Department of Education for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund disbursement. This was set aside as part of the CARES act.

Coffee County Schools are in line to receive 3,727,222. Meanwhile, Manchester City Schools are set to receive 1,347,321 and Tullahoma Schools 3,151,299.

Funding is designed to address learning loss and challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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