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Support Woodside Priory Track and Turf Field!

688 Signatures Goal: 500

Please show your support for the the Woodside Priory Track and Turf field by signing our petition.
 
Reasons to support the installation of our Track and Turf field:
·       Water conservation – will save millions of gallons a year
·       No fertilizer/pesticide – save thousands of pounds of both each year
·       Better and more uniform drainage for the field and playing surface
·       Provide a safer running surface for our cross country and track athletes
·       Provide a safer field for our soccer, football and lacrosse teams
·       This type of field is installed at other schools in our conference (public and private)

Please support the Track and Turf field by signing our petition below. Thank you for your support!
 

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  • Dr Joseph Hilbe
    Dr Joseph Hilbe United States, Queen Creek
    Mar 11, 2016
    Mar 11, 2016
    the current track at the Priory was developed in 1959, and hasn't changed. This situation is sad for athletes at the Priory who wish to train properly, without risk of injury due to dirt track. Moreover, most every study I have read over the years give multiple very good economic and environmental reasons to install an artificial surface track. as a former Priory athlete when the current track was made, and as a former NCAA Division 1 head track coach and U.S. Team coach, I can't impress enough the importance of installing a new article facial surface.
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