Randolph County Schools approved for SBA funding

Education

Randolph County Schools has again been approved for funding from the West Virginia School Building Authority.  Since last year, the county has received more than $9 million in funding to complete upgrades and additions to several area schools.  Superintendent Gabe Devono said the recent funding approval for $2.5 million will go to repairs at Elkins High School.

“We just received another grant from the SBA $2.5 million to do the roof at Elkins High School.  In the last year and a half, we’ve had approximately anywhere between $9.5 million and $10 million from the SBA,” said Superintendent Devono.

Officials say projects have been completed to improve facilities, add additional classrooms, and complete renovations.

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