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Governor confident JFK will open on time

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - With the start of classes just around the corner, John F. Kennedy High School and International Bridge Corporation are hustling to prepare for the start of classes. Despite the rush, Governor Eddie Calvo remains confident that the new school will open on time.

"If need be, I'll do whatever I can to ensure that our kids get to school on time and that they are in a facility that is of quality workmanship and that is ready so that they will be in a safe and sanity environment," said Calvo. The governor has instructed his administration to do whatever it can to support the school's opening.

Only Phases 1 and 2 of the new campus have conditional occupancy permits. IBC is working towards obtaining permits for the remaining phases by the end of the month.

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