BAKER, LA (WAFB) - The Baker School District will get $12 million in revenue bonds to rebuild schools that were damaged in the flood.
The announcement came from the State Bond Commission and is part of the $310 million that was approved for projects statewide.
"We approved funding for a number of important community projects," said State Treasurer John Kennedy. "Baker will rebuild its high school after the devastating floods."
In Baker, the money will go toward fixing, rebuilding and replacing the furnishings, fixtures and facilities of flood-damaged schools in the district.