Guam - Core Tech International is waiting to hear back from GovGuam and the Department of Education on what is needed to move forward with negotiations to keep the JFK school community in Tiyan. Business Development Director Joshua Tenorio says DOE is working on its priorities for the school and ensure the procurement process is followed.
"I think Speaker [Ben] Pangelinan introduced a resolution that was passed on Friday that kind of addresses that but for us," said Tenorio. "It looks like the branches of the government and DOE are in discussions internally to figure out what path they want and when we get an agreed upon position from the government, we'll be able to respond to them."
Tenorio says it's up to the people in charge to make sure JFK is able to use the campus next school year and not be left in the cold.