The Tenaha ISD will be one step closer to starting construction on a new baseball complex when trustees meet at 5:30 Monday.
Superintendent Scott Tyner says action will probably be taken on bids submitted for building the site. He said after a couple of years of planning, and having a lot of work done already through volunteer efforts, the school district now has the funds in hand to start the construction process.
Tyner said there’s a master plan to include fields, concession areas, batting cages, and possibly a track in the future. However, the goal right now is to have a baseball field ready for next season. Tenaha had to play all their games away last season.
The baseball project is to be built on a 40-acre tract of property the school district owns just off Hwy. 96 coming into town.