A school in northeastern Ohio is receiving a federal grant while still grieving after three students died in a February shooting.
Chardon High School will now have an extra $56,000 to hire a security guard and provide mental health screenings for students and staff.
The money will also go toward paying for substitutes for teachers and staff who need time for counseling.
A teen charged in the shooting has pleaded not guilty and is being held at a youth detention facility.
Three students died in the shooting and three others were injured.
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