(WDHN) — Due to a large influx of new students, one wiregrass school district is undergoing a sports infrastructure makeover.
In coming months, plans are to replace the lights with new LED’s at Greene Memorial Stadium at Zion Chapel School. Over in New Brockton, additional improvements are in store for Gamecock Stadium.
This fall, the school will move from Class 2A to Class 3A due mainly to increases in enrollment. This follows Enterprise’s City charging tuition for out-of-district students.
Improvements are also taking place at K-12 Kinston School in southwest Coffee County.
Zion chapel will be getting new LED lights and new Brockton is going from 2A to 3A and additional students and the stadium is in need of some updates,” Superintendent Kevin Killingsworth said.
Recently, improvements took place at the Kinston Gymnasium.