JOHNSON COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) – Officers with Johnson County Faculties announced that they will get a $10 million grant from the University Facilities Development Commission to develop a new Job & Specialized Schooling Centre.
This grant was provided by Household Invoice 556, which allocated $75 million for the renovation or design of regionally operated Profession and Technical Facilities with a most award of $10 million.
Johnson County was one of 32 districts to implement and a person of only six that acquired the maximum funding all over the Commonwealth.
“Johnson Central has been the gold standard for above a ten years in giving the most pathways for college students of any solitary university in the eastern 50 % of Kentucky which includes Lexington and Louisville,” explained Noel Crum, Assistant Superintendent and CTE Coordinator for Johnson County Universities. “This grant will make it possible for us to recognize our aspiration of getting the best services to complement and match the excellent plans and prospects we currently offer you our learners.”
The SFCC grant of $10 million will be mixed with the bonding accessible to the district to build a new Johnson Central High School and CTE Center. The current large faculty will then turn into the new middle faculty, which will enable individuals students access to the older CTE tools.
”This grant is the icing on the cake to merge with the robust help from our group and board of training, to just take the important measures for recognizing this aspiration,” claimed Johnson County Superintendent Thom Cochran.
This grant now sets a rapid timeline for finishing a making prepare, as it ought to be authorized with bids in place by September 1st, 2022.
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