The current football field will be fifty years old next year, and Superintendent Rick Neal says it's age shows. The facilities are too small, there is not enough parking, and the bathrooms are dilapidated.
The school board voted to use $2 million from the district's building fund to create a new home for high school football, complete with track and field facilities.
The project is still in the planning stages, but construction could start as early as November, Neal says. The new stadium should be ready for the 2013 school year.