The Utica and Rome School Districts will benefit from $175 million in funding in the new state budget to transform struggling schools into community schools.

The Utica City School District will get $273,00 and the Rome City School District will receive $369,000.

Senator Joseph Griffo and Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi say the funding will provide tutoring, nutrition, other health programs and counseling to students and their families.

The Camden, Adirondack and Remsen School Districts will also receive funding.

Camden will get $243,000, Adirondack will receive $98,000 and Remsen will receive $32,000.