Forms Sent Home with Madison Co. Students Could Mean Thousands of Dollars for Schools

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MADISON COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – On Wednesday, Madison County students will bring home a very important form for parents to fill out and return to school.

They are Federal Impact Aid forms, which allow the federal government to determine how much grant money to give the school district for educating federally-connected children.

Superintendent David Copeland appeared with Redstone Arsenal’s Garrison Commander at Legacy Elementary School on Wednesday to kick off the program.

He said over the last three years, the district has received $500,000 in aid for children whose parents live and/or work on federal property.

The forms are due back as soon as possible.

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