Amid Cash Crunch, Jackson To Sell Naming Rights On School Auditorium, Gym, Stadium

The Jackson Board of Education is set to allow them to bid out naming right for various Jackson School District stadiums and auditoriums.

The move, which will be voted on at Wednesday evening’s meeting, would allow the District to sell naming rights on the Jackson Memorial High School Fine Arts Center and football stadium, as well as the Jackson Liberty High School’s auditorium and gymnasium.

The move is being made as the Jackson School District faces a severe budget crunch from massive funding cuts from the State Department of Education.

Despite officials having recouped more than $2 million from those cuts, the District continues to face serious financial strains.

The sale of the naming rights is expected to bring in moderate funds to give the District some more breathing room, though it is not expected to make any major difference.

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