by Nick Delgado
Guam - The Department of Education is working to approve a proposed amendment in the contract for the interim John F. Kennedy High School campus. Governor's legal counsel Ray Haddock says the proposals include new classroom signs and storage areas on top of the paved parking lots and canopies over walkways.
Haddock says the amendments will cost about $1 million, which is expected to come from the General Fund. The new contract would require CoreTech to make the requested changes.