A significant project expected to be taken up this summer at Lincoln High School gets its price tag this week.
On the WHOW Morning Show Monday, Lincoln High School Superintendent Dwight Stricklin told Regional Radio they are going to be adding women's bathrooms to the sports entrance of the school.
The bids for the project get returned on Wednesday. Stricklin is hoping those will come in at a little less than a half-million dollars.
According to Stricklin, if the bids come in at a reasonable enough cost, they hope to resurface the existing tennis courts on the campus and add a couple more.
Once the tennis court project is taken care of, the Lincoln High School Board of Education will sit and re-evaluate what is next for its facilities.
The district in the last couple of years has made improvements to the building, added turf to the baseball and softball fields, and flipped the home bleachers and press box on the football field to the opposite side among other sports facilities improvements.
Stricklin would like to see turf added on the football field and turf installed in the outfield of the softball and baseball fields.