Students and administrators at Millville Senior High School are praying for the quick arrival of 2014 and $163 million. The New Jersey high school is more than 300 students over capacity, the Vineland Daily Journal reports, leaving less space for learning and extra curriculars.
While some students currently spend class time in trailers on the school’s property, administrators are hoping the state approves $163 million in funding that would help construct a 357,000 sq. ft. building by the 2014/15 school year.
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