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.