How federal coronavirus relief funds were allocated to Oklahoma school districts

In this 2019 file photo, Hefner Middle School student Vander Brungardt-Davis, 10, works on classes on his tablet at an Oklahoma City library. WHITNEY BRYEN/OKLAHOMA WATCH

Oklahoma has received more than $825 million in federal relief dollars for K-12 education since the start of the pandemic.�

The second allocation was more than four times the initial amount. Oklahoma received $160.9 million under the�first package, approved by Congress in March, and $665 million under the�second, which was signed into law Dec. 27.�

The majority of the funds are available directly to districts, while a small portion was set aside for new and expanding charter schools, grant programs and agency administration.�