LUBBOCK, Texas – As one of of Lubbock’s fastest growing districts, Lubbock-Cooper is working on facility enhancements to keep up with enrollment.

After adding 50 new classrooms last year, Cooper will soon debut a career technical education building adjacent to the high school, a project that took more than a year to plan.

“The building is going to add several classrooms and shop areas for all of our career and technology classes,” said Lubbock-Cooper Superintendent Keith Bryant.