Guam - Core Tech International recently submitted price quotes for materials needed for a new JFK High School campus to the governor's office, who in turn forwarded the list to the Department of Education. DOE Legal Counsel Fred Nishihara says while he cannot divulge what was specifically submitted when it comes to costs, he says the agency will be sitting down to discuss specifications.
"We're taking a look at that. myself, the superintendent, certainly the principal of JFK and while we're reviewing that, we have also sent out an email to (Ray) Haddock to make the arrangements, sitting together, given the information given to us by Core Tech with regards to specifications and costs, when we can sit together and hammer out the details in extending the lease for a couple of years" said Nishihara.
DOE is looking to obtain services and equipment for the interim JFK campus. Nishihara notes that the school needs science and cafeteria equipment as well as canopies for next school year.