|Principal Mike Jimenez, left, and Area Superintendent David Lorden, right, join Serra players as renovated stadium is dedicated.|
may still be called “The Hole,” but Serra High School’s stadium now has
a new synthetic turf football field and all-weather track, thanks to
The ceremonial ribbon-cutting was held prior to the school’s first home game Sept. 23, a 27-13 non-league win over University City High. Athletic Director Jonn Pisapia, joined by Board Trustee Kevin Beiser, Principal Michael Jimenez, and others, cut the ribbon as the football team anxiously awaited play on their new field.
The $2.4 million football field/track improvement project is one of several Prop. S-funded projects planned at Serra High over the next five years.
For more project information, visit our school facilities projects page at http://fpcprojects.sandi.net.