Cheerleaders on the field of McKinney North High School before their homecoming game on Thursday, Sept. 8 in McKinney, Texas. The school district plans to break ground soon on a new stadium expected to cost $70 million. McKinney voters approved the 12,000-seat stadium in May as part of a five-year, $220 million bond package, which passed by 67% and includes money for renovations and security cameras at the schools.
Cheerleaders on the field of McKinney North High School before their homecoming game on Thursday, Sept. 8 in McKinney, Texas. The school district plans to break ground soon on a new stadium expected to cost $70 million. McKinney voters approved the 12,000-seat stadium in May as part of a five-year, $220 million bond package, which passed by 67% and includes money for renovations and security cameras at the schools. Marisa Gerber Los Angeles Times/TNS
Cheerleaders on the field of McKinney North High School before their homecoming game on Thursday, Sept. 8 in McKinney, Texas. The school district plans to break ground soon on a new stadium expected to cost $70 million. McKinney voters approved the 12,000-seat stadium in May as part of a five-year, $220 million bond package, which passed by 67% and includes money for renovations and security cameras at the schools. Marisa Gerber Los Angeles Times/TNS

Eyes of Texas are on high school stadiums

September 25, 2016 05:00 AM

UPDATED September 23, 2016 11:35 AM

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