UPDATE: Offer Made On Land For New Johnson High School
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Dr. Casey Wardynski, Superintendent of Huntsville City Schools, told parents changes happening to schools in north Huntsville will bring a better learning environment for kids there.
During a town hall meeting hosted by the Johnson High School PTSA, parents were able to get an update on the plan to build a new high school.
Wardynski confirmed to WHNT News 19 an offer has been made on some land about a mile away from the current school for the new Johnson High School campus.
The current Johnson building will be sold to the city for the city’s police and fire departments, along with local national guardsmen.
The purpose of Monday night’s meeting was to share information and get feedback from students and families.
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