Breaking Ground

BLYTHEWOOD – Richland Two officials held a groundbreaking ceremony at Muller Road Middle School on Tuesday for a new permanent facility for the Center for Knowledge North (CFK North). The center has been housed in portables and a few classrooms in Muller Road Middle School since 2013.

The project is funded with $9.8 million from the $468.4 million bond referendum that Richland County voters approved in November 2018.

Breaking ground are, from left, Dr. Teresa Holmes, Vice Chair, Richland Two Board, Mr. James Manning, Chair, Richland Two Board, Mrs. Amelia McKie, Member, Richland Two Board, Dr. Baron R. Davis, Superintendent, Richland Two, Mr. Marc Warren, Vice President Senior Architect, Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Mrs. Jessica Agee, Director, Center for Knowledge North, Mr. Jeffrey Reynolds, President, H.G. Reynolds, Mr. Harold Johnson, Lead Teacher, Center for Knowledge North. | Barbara Ball