Information from WYSH Radio
On Thursday, the Anderson County Board of Education approved construction of a multi-use facility at Clinton High School, a project estimated to cost around $1.2 million. Ground could be broken as early as March 1 with a targeted opening in August.
The new facility will allow sports teams as well as band members, dance team members, cheerleaders, and others to have a dedicated practice space instead of having to use hallways or the school cafeteria. The facility will also be used by the CHS Robotics team.
Initial plans called for a state-of-the-art sound system throughout the facility as well as men’s and women’s showers and locker rooms. [Read more…]