What will be constructed at Wiley: a fully funded playing field or a mini-stadium that can barely seat the student body but appeals to a private fundraising group. The question goes back to the Board for a vote at their next meeting. Sign the petition to support a field!
Our school board was elected to find answers and solve problems. Why are some members cranking up the smoke machine?View More Blowing Smoke
To get the Wiley gym onto the bond (and out of their way), stadium boosters convinced WS/FCS to take on the gym construction as a rebranded STEAM classroom addition. Per seat, it’s three times the price of the average school expansion.View More Cost per Seat: $93,240
How would Parkland’s future facilities at a renovated Deaton-Thompson be different when compared with a new Reynolds stadium partially funded by parents?View More RJR $6.2M – Parkland $0
While our school district is looking to buy land for a new Brunson, it should also consider the suitable sites on school-owned land close to its current campus.View More What’s Best for Brunson?
Brunson Elementary is the residential school for the downtown neighborhoods of West End, West Highlands and parts of Ardmore. Today, due to the steadfast efforts…View More Setting Sites on Brunson
The Wiley gym replacement is a project of the 2016 school construction bond, the only bond in our county’s history that was approved by every…View More Accelerated Development
Words like access, transparency, equality, and equity have been swirling around projects on the school construction bond. Usually, this would be a welcome and expected…View More Equality, Equity, or Exploitation
It’s easy to think supporting a Reynolds stadium means supporting the plan to build it at Wiley. But for now that plan is nothing more…View More Stadium on the Hill
In 2016 voters approved a school construction bond that funds a new gym for Wiley Middle School. Now members of the school board want to…View More A Wiley Scheme
Be a Team Player. As the Wiley gym project approaches, stadium advocates have an opportunity to build consensus rather than fuel divisions. By finding an…View More Field More for Less