Wise County Schools Superintendent Greg Mullins

Wise County Schools Superintendent Greg Mullins says the school system is looking forward to expanded health care and computer technology career programs at the county’s Career and Technology Center and facility upgrades for the division’s schools.

WISE — After two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, Wise County Schools has completed its first full year of in-person classes and is pursuing a number of capital and career education programs.

Superintendent Greg Mullins said the Career and Technology Center has begun expanding its course offerings with an enlarged health care workforce program thanks to a $500,000 grant from the Claude Moore Foundation.

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