The 2,400 square-foot building will replace the portable building the JROTC students have been using, Bruner said, and will include classrooms as well as office space and storage.
"[The JROTC program is] just very happy to get [a new building]," Bruner said at the meeting.
MISD Superintendent Todd Stephens said at the meeting this project has been in the works for awhile.
"These guys have been in really bad shape and cramped inside [the portable]," Stephens said at the meeting. "It's really going to be a neat project."