GREATER LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- The Greater Lafayette Career Academy is ready for all of its teachers.
The career academy director, Miranda Hutcheson, told News 18 all teachers have been hired and Wednesday night an assistant director role had been filled.
As we have been reporting, only half the school will be open in August.
It will offer Project Lead the Way courses along with culinary arts and I.T. classes.
By 2021 the whole greater Lafayette career academy will be finished.
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