School Climate & Safety

Texas District Authorizes $2M for High School Stadium Repairs

By Bryan Toporek — August 01, 2014 1 min read

Earlier this year, Allen High School in Allen, Texas, was forced to close its $60 million multi-sport stadium indefinitely because of “extensive cracking” found “in the concrete of the stadium’s concourse.” In May, district superintendent Lance Hindt announced that the stadium would not be reopening for the 2014 football season.


On Monday, the district’s school board voted to use up to $2 million in existing bond funds to expedite those repairs, according to

Ryan Osborne of the

A version of this news article first appeared in the Schooled in Sports blog.