Jackson-Madison County School System Announces Updates for the District
JACKSON, Tenn. - The Jackson-Madison County School System announced it is in the beginning phase of some major investments.
Among them: a highly requested multi-purpose stadium.
It will be used for activities like football, track and field and band concerts.
Other improvements announced today include renovations to the historic Jackson High building.
It will serve as the district's new central office.
The school system says the new offices will allow JMCSS to provide more services for families.
Services like health, finance, and recreation.
The Oman Arena, that’s currently offline, will be used by engineering and design firms to move the improvement projects forward.
A timeline for the planned improvements will be shared at school board meetings starting early next year.