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Expansion of Okkodo high being discussed

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The founder of Iron Bridge and managing principal Richard Inman is on Guam to meet with the Department of Education as well as the Guam Legislature about the expansion of Okkodo High School. Iron Bridge is the company that actually constructed the Dededo campus.  

In August Governor Felix Camacho signed Bill 413 into law. The legislation introduced by Speaker Judi Won Pat would expand the northern campus to accommodate additional students.  The proposed expansion includes more classrooms, restrooms, solar panels, a culinary arts building as well as a track and field facility.

The Department of Education will be using stimulus funds to expand the existing campus in Dededo.

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