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School waits for official word on possible move

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Faculty and staff of Untalan Middle School are waiting on official word from the Department of Education and the Governor's Office on whether they'll be making a temporary move to CoreTech's facility in Tiyan. On Friday staff met to discuss the possibility and reached a consensus that they believe it will take more time and planning than what is available during the remainder of Christmas Break. 

Untalan principal Jim Reyes indicated that he is just waiting on the green light and will prepare a plan of action if that happens. 

The Governor's Office meanwhile has been working on funding and has yet to announce their decision on the possible move to Tiyan and whether they will continue the lease with CoreTech, terminate the contract, or purchase the property.

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