The W.F.I.S.D. has officially broken ground on the new Career and Technology Education Center.
The property located near the intersection of Henry's Grace Freeway and Hatton Road is expected to cost the district $35.8 million, and was an integral part of the $59.5 million school bond passed by voters in May.
The C.T.E. Center is said to be designed to move students from high school to the community by providing students with advanced skills, certifications and even college credit.
The Center is expected to offer programs in: Automotive Collision, Electrical Technology, Machining, Welding, Counseling, Criminal Justice, Health Sciences, Computer Maintenance, AV Production, Vet Assisting and Graphic Design.
The building is expected to be 123,000 square feet in size and to open its doors in 2017.