A local school district is one of twenty around the state awarded grant funding to make its schools more secure. Wisconsin Attorney General Brand Schimel announced last week the Crivitz School District received a $20000 safety grant. The money is being handed out as part of a new law enacted in March in the wake of the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. The law allows a total of $100-million to be distributed to schools for safety upgrades, staff training, and youth mental health services.