School Building Authority Grants Over $111 Million to upgrade select local schools

Schools around the state are about to get upgrades.

Today, Governor Jim Justice, as chairman of the West Virginia School Building Authority, announced over $111-million to 19 counties for the 2024 fiscal year.

The funds will build 10 new schools and upgrade 13 schools.

This is history-making, as this is the largest award since 2011.

Here are details of the project.

Wyoming County will receive $15,711,654 to build a new Mullens Pre-K through 8 schools.

Fayette County will receive $15,625,860 to build a new Midland Trail Elementary school.

Greenbrier County will receive $6,707,058 to renovate Frankford Elementary School.

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