The Woodbine school district has received a big grant from the state. The New Jersey Schools Developement Authority has provided the grant through the Regular Operating Districts (ROD) grant program. The school will be able to use the money for boiler and pumps, lighting occupancy sensors, unit ventilator controls and classroom lighting. The overall cost of the work is $527,813, and the state will pick up $307,536 of the work through the grant. The rest must be made up locally. Since the school construction program’s inception in 2001, the state has provided more than 3,200 grants to RODs, totaling more than $2.4 billion.