About the Stadium and Wellness Center

Current Facilities

Grass fields limit opportunities for games and competions
Minimal opportunity for community access
Stadium and track are nearly 50 years old
Field is not configured for multiple sports
No lighting for soccer, field hockey and other events

Future Facilities

A new six-lane all-weather track!  It will not only be used by physical education classes, but also by the track and field team, cross country team, and training for other sports.  It will be the center of community gatherings in the spirit of health and fitness all free of charge to the community.

A new artificial grass surface!  By installing turf, this valuable community resource can be used by numerous high school and community-based youth sports programs and also for special community events.  The existing field (now soley used for football) will be able to be utilized year-round for multi-sport events for boys' and girls' practice and games.

New lighting for the baseball field!  By adding field lighting, program opportunities will increase and give our facilities an enhanced appearance that will be attractive to new homeowners and those considering making our community their home.

Our Impact

The Central Columbia School District is, and always will be, committed to excellence and quality in education for our students, families, staff, and community.  Every day our impact is felt when a student learns something new, when a teacher inspires a child, and when the community comes together for the common good.  We work side by side with our students, parents, alumni, volunteers, and community organizations to ensure that our values and goals are achieved and that all students are encouraged and prepared to take full advantage of the educational opportunities available to them.

Bringing Partners Together

Central Columbia Educational Foundation
Bloomsburg University
Susquehanna Medical Specialties Healthcare Providers
Little League Baseball
Recreational Soccer
PPL Utilities
Reiter Automotive
Kawneer (Alcoa Foundation)
YMCA

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