School improvements have spurred Inola's pride
Wednesday, November 21st 2001, 12:00 am
By: News On 6
New school athletic and fine arts projects have spurred Inola's pride.
Thanks to more than $2 million in school bond money, the Longhorns have a brand new football stadium and track. A new sports complex boasts a well-equipped weight room and an area for the school's wrestling team and state champion cheerleaders.
A new baseball and softball complex should open next spring. And, a new fine arts building is perfect for school performances.
All important additions for an expanding school district. Inola assistant superintendent, Steve Waldvogel, "The school system itself has probably grown by 50 kids over the last couple of years, each year. One of the things our community really supports is athletics, but then also the arts and the music part of our school district."
The school bond also paid for six new school buses.