School superintendents from more than two dozen counties will make their best pitches before members of the state School Building Authority Monday and Tuesday in the latest round of NEEDs grant funding.

The SBA could have as much as $50 million to hand out in school construction projects. There will be lots of projects to choose from.

Each superintendent has 10 minutes to talk about their projects. In past years the SBA has favored projects that is supported with local funding.

Calhoun Superintendent of Schools Kelli Whytsell will be making the pitch for Calhoun Schools.

Calhoun County requests up to $16,788,241 in SBA funding for new HVAC, roof, and safe school entrance at Calhoun County Middle/High School. The county is not able to commit local funds to this project.

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