TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — An official ribbon-cutting ceremony took place at Rickards High School Wednesday morning.
Superintendent Rocky Hanna was there, along with principal Douglas Cook.
Cook says this new high-tech facility has been in the works for about three years, adding that this new building will help students practice social distancing.
"It's large," said Cook. "You can social distance in this building. You also have areas where students are in here. They can put their items separate, where they won't cross-contaminate."
The building has 22 classrooms and can hold 25 students.
The first day of class is Monday.