MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama is awarding $250,000 in grants to over 25 schools across the state as a part of their Be Healthy School Grant Program.
According to BCBS, the grants will be going to schools statewide who have students enrolled in K through sixth for the 2017 to 2018 school year. The grants will help implement school-based health and wellness programs, emphasizing increased exercise, nutrition education, and parental involvement.
More than 12,000 students will benefit from the program with each school receiving a grant of up to $10,000, according to BCBS.
- Troy Elementary- Pike Co.
- Harrand Creek- Coffee Co.
- Dixie Elementary- Russell Co.
- Fayetteville High School- Talladega Co.
- Indian Valley Elementary- Talladega Co.
- Barbour County Primary- Barbour Co.
- Banks School- Pike Co.
- Evergreen Elementary- Conecuh Co.
- Glenwood School- Lee Co.
- Brookhill Elementary- Limestone Co.
- Buhl Elementary- Tuscaloosa Co.
- Cahaba Elementary- Jefferson Co.
- Clay Elementary- Jefferson Co.
- Douglas Elementary- Marshall Co.
- Greenwood Elementary- Jefferson Co.
- Huntington Place- Tuscaloosa Co.
- Jasper Intermediate School- Walker Co.
- Martha Gaskins Elementary- Jefferson Co.
- Montevallo Elementary- Shelby Co.
- Pelham Oaks Elementary- Shelby Co.
- Reform Elementary- Pickens Co.
- Riverton Elementary- Madison Co.
- Robinson Elementary- Jefferson Co.
- Swift School- Baldwin Co.
- Valley Jr. High- Walker Co.
- Walter Jackson Elementary- Morgan Co.