Coronado High School stadium

Someone just told me that the plans to rebuild Coronado High School include building a new stadium to replace the old one.

Can anyone enlighten us?

We deserve better

Brutus

8 Responses to Coronado High School stadium

  1. Delusional Dawg says:

    It’s Austin’s fault that we need football stadiums. Those darn Republicans.

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  2. Annonymous says:

    Heard it from a friend who heard it from a friend who heard it from another…—REO Speedwagon
    Seems like the old folks at the Providence Wellness Center on Mesa are running out of things to talk about…

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  3. Anonymous says:

    I work at a Southside school for EPISD…..the lower grade classrooms still have chalkboards….sad.

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  4. Haiduc says:

    Have they bought printer ink for the poor Teacher yet ???

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    • anonymous says:

      Sorry, doesn’t the teacher understand that it’s still football season. All the printer ink is being used to mark the lines and decorate the end zones on the football fields.

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  5. Forewarned says:

    Our parents warned us against “trying to keep up with the Joneses.” This is a case of trying to keep up with the Franklins.

    If Coronado gets a new stadium, we will have gone from Coronado and Franklin sharing one stadium to building two new stadiums and tearing down one perfectly good stadium. The idea that two schools can’t share a stadium is insane. It happens in well-managed cities across the nation.

    My prediction is that EPISD will spend millions on the current Coronado stadium site and call it minor improvements. The bond definitely included $26 million to replace the turf and lights at all but two high school stadiums in the district.

    It’s only a matter of time before EPISD, the City of El Paso, and the El Paso County Hospital District (UMC) all declare bankruptcy.

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  6. Tom Landry says:

    No surprise. You should have seen it coming based on all the recent emphasis on stadiums and athletic facilities. Another example of misguided thinking and priorities.

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