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Could funding be diverted for JFK graduation?

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - While the situation surrounding a permanent JFK High School remains up in the air, Senator Eddie Calvo hopes legislation he introduced last week can be amended to allow funding from the Territorial Education Facilities Fund to be used to rehabilitate and prepare JFK's Ramsey Stadium for commencement exercises for the school's graduating class of 2010.

Senator Calvo said he was approached by student government leaders who expressed their desire to graduate on their own campus.

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