Madera County Office Of Ed. Dedicates New Building
MADERA, Calif. (KMPH) —
There's a brand new building in the city of Madera and county educators say they are very proud of it.
A large crowd turned out Monday for the official ribbon cutting for the new Madera County Office Of Education building.
The Sally L. Frazier Instructional Support And Conference Center is a dream 12 years in the making, officials say, and will provide much needed space for staff and educational support services.
The new $14 million building is named in honor of recently retired Madera County Superintendent of Schools, Sally Frazier.
The building will house about 100 employees.
Frazier says she is overwhelmed to see the building named in her honor.