Fayette County Schools Awarded 13.2 Million Dollars For Projects

FAYETTE COUNTY, WV (WOAY) – Fayette County Schools has been awarded 13.2 million dollars over the next two years from the West Virginia School Building Authority.

The money will go towards the following projects:

Oak Hill High School:

– An Auxiliary Gym

– Continued Renovations at Oak Hill High School

Fayetteville High (future Fayetteville PK-8 next year)

– New Safe Schools Entrance

– New Cafeteria

Midland Trail High School

– New Safe Schools Entrance

– An Auxiliary┬áGym

Valley High (future Valley PK-8 next year)

– New Safe Schools Entrance

– Continued Renovations at Valley

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