Ceremonial Groundbreaking for the SSFUSD Sustainability and Field Lighting Program

South San Francisco, CA   January 21, 2017  Submitted by Coach Jake  

To read the latest update FEB 2, 2017  on the ground breaking ceremony by Coach Jake CLICK HERE

UPDATE FEB 1, 2017: 

Looks like rain tomorrow, if it does indeed rain the ceremony will take place in the Big Gym. The show must go on.–COLT PRIDE
Ceremonial Groundbreaking
for the SSFUSD Sustainability and Field Lighting Program
Please join us at
El Camino High School – Colt Field
Thursday, February 2nd, at 10:30 AM
1320 Mission Rd, South San Francisco, CA 94080
Join us for a Ceremonial Groundbreaking to Kick Off South San Francisco USD’s Sustainability and Field Lighting Program!
Please join SSFUSD Leaders, Board Members, principals, teachers, student-athletes, and the local OpTerra team for a ceremonial groundbreaking to kick off a project that will bring ‘Friday Night Lights’ to the South City community. The new project work will expand the District’s sustainability initiatives and provide unparalleled opportunities for hands-on, project-based STEM learning in the classroom!
All told, the project will save the District over $2 Million for the General Fund and create over 30 construction jobs for the skilled local workforce. As the program gets under way, we will continue to provide unique opportunities for students across the community to actively engage with these advanced, sustainable technologies in their we look forward to seeing you there for what promises to be a memorable, special celebration!
Organized by South San Francisco Unified School District
and OpTerra Energy Services

 

I went down to El Camino High School today for a meeting about the Thursday, February 2nd ground breaking. God I’m so excited I cannot sleep. Just think what was once a Duck Farm, was transformed into a beautiful field, & soon we will have Stadium LED lights. I never thought I would see that day come, but come it will. Please take time out of your day and be a part of this historic day for EC Athletics.

Please join us at;

Ceremonial Groundbreaking for the SSFUSD Sustainability and Field Lighting Program

El Camino High School – Colt Field
Thursday, February 2nd, at 10:30 AM
1320 Mission Rd, South San Francisco, CA 94080

Join us for a Ceremonial Groundbreaking to Kick Off South San Francisco USD’s Sustainability and Field Lighting Program!
Please join SSFUSD Leaders, Board Members, principals, teachers, student-athletes, and the local OpTerra team for a ceremonial groundbreaking to kick off a project that will bring ‘Friday Night Lights’ to the South City community. The new project work will expand the District’s sustainability initiatives and provide unparalleled opportunities for hands-on, project-based STEM learning in the classroom!
All told, the project will save the District over $2 Million for the General Fund and create over 30 construction jobs for the skilled local workforce. As the program gets under way, we will continue to provide unique opportunities for students across the community to actively engage with these advanced, sustainable technologies in their we look forward to seeing you there for what promises to be a memorable, special celebration!
Organized by South San Francisco Unified School District and OpTerra Energy Services

Let there be light – on ECHS field!

 

“If you can dream it, and you are persistent, no matter how many people tell you your wasting your time, it can be done. Never Quit” – Coach Jake

1 comment for “Ceremonial Groundbreaking for the SSFUSD Sustainability and Field Lighting Program

  1. El Camino Neighbor
    January 23, 2017 at 9:33 am

    Coach Jake, many promises were made to those neighboring the field, none of which have been completed. It’s hard to support your excitement when it causes us pain. What will you do to be a good neighbor? Promises I’d like you and Principal Lunt to keep – will you be sure the speakers are kept at a low volume and pointed at the field? Will you have attendees park in the basketball courts to avoid congestion in our neighborhood? Will you provide extra security as I’m tired of finding cigarettes and alcohol bottles on the sidewalk? Will you keep cars from parking on the corners so the attendees can safely cross the streets?

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