New Stadium and Track Field Sports Complex

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Golfball Drop September 30th

Help our district raise funds for our GOLF BALL DROP. Our goal is to raise 8 million dollars towards our New Sports Complex and will be hosting a Golf Ball Drop! The winner will receive 20% of the net profit from the fundraiser. Click Here to purchase you entry online. Or purchase in person from a committee member or student. Send an email if you have questions. 

Florence School District 3's fundraising committee has started raising the money necessary for construction of the new stadium and track and field sports complex. Some fundraising ideas include premium seating, corporate and individual donations, and stadium naming rights.

Please donate to support this exciting effort for our students and community!!!

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Sports Complex Plans - PowerPoint Presentation


Join Us for Family Fun Fest & Groundbreaking on July 22

Florence School District Three's Board of Trustees voted June 1 to approve the construction of a new on-campus athletic facility at Lake City High School.

The facility will be in the existing track area and serve football, soccer and track. The estimated cost is $11.4 million. Actual construction will take approximately one year to complete.

The new facility will have a seating capacity of 5,000 and will include home and visitor locker rooms with space for athletic trainers and game officials. Also included are separate concessions and restrooms for both home and visiting fans. The facility will have synthetic turf and an eight-lane track, allowing the school's track teams to host meets.

The plan includes replacing the baseball and softball batting cage with a new building located where tennis courts once were and adding a 3,000-square-foot weight room with showers and restrooms in that same area.

The current softball field will move a short distance from the stadium. The new softball field will include 250-seat bleachers, a new press box, dugouts, fencing, grass and irrigation.

The board approved the new construction after a survey showed nearly two-thirds of respondents supported building an on-campus facility.

The board also considered renovating Ward Memorial Stadium at an estimated cost of $3.6 million. Twenty-three percent of the survey respondents favored this option.

The district's fundraising committee for the project is developing ideas for raising the money necessary for construction. Some fundraising ideas include premium seating, corporate and individual donations, and stadium naming rights.