Columbia County Logistics Program Needs More Funds
Students at the Columbia County High School are two-thirds of the way towards raising enough money to build a new facility. The program started last year and has about sixty students enrolled. That number is expected to double for next year, and the program is still shuttling students to a building off campus.
Teachers have to drive students 20 minutes to and from a building a school board building, and are hoping to build a new one on campus. They've raised two hundred of the three hundred thousand needed to build s new facility. They are hoping to break ground this summer, and have the building ready for students in the fall.
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