§ 115C-164. Building trades training.
In the establishment and implementation of production work experience policies, the State Board of Education shall be guided as follows:
(1) Local boards of education may use supplementary tax funds or other local funds available for the support of career and technical education to purchase and develop suitable building sites on which dwellings or other buildings are to be constructed by career and technical education trade classes of each public school operated by local boards of education. Local boards of education may use these funds for each school to pay the fees necessary in securing and recording deeds to these properties for each public school operated by local boards of education and to purchase all materials needed to complete the construction of buildings by career and technical education trade classes and for development of site and property by other career and technical education classes. Local boards of education may use these funds to acquire skilled services, including electrical, plumbing, heating, sewer, water, transportation, grading, and landscaping needed in the construction and completion of buildings, that cannot be supplied by the students in career and technical education trade classes.
(2) Local boards of education may, in conjunction with or in lieu of subdivision (1) of this section, contract with recognized building trades educational foundations or associations in the purchase of land for the construction and development of buildings: Provided however, that all contracts shall be in accordance with the requirements set forth by the State Board of Education. (1977, c. 490, s. 4; 1981, c. 423, s. 1; 1993, c. 180, s. 3; 2017-57, s. 7.23H(e).)