District to consider major athletics improvements



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Clark-Pleasant schools is considering spending millions of dollars to upgrade its high school athletics facilities, while also considering what to do about the enrollment growth predicted to continue in the coming years.

School board members are reviewing a proposal to spend $3.5 million to $4 million on multiple projects to renovate and expand athletic facilities at Whiteland Community High School.

Superintendent Patrick Spray wants to renovate the football stadium locker room, which doesn’t have enough space for all of the players. He also wants to expand the high school track from seven to nine lanes, install artificial turf at the high school football stadium and purchase a new scoreboard.

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