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Hubbard High School unveils performance and rehabilitation room renovation with expansion

Hubbard High School is proud to announce the completion of its performance and rehabilitation room renovation with an expansion project, made possible through the incredible support of private donations from Hubbard Football Moms, Hubbard Touchdown Club, Greenwood's Hubbard Chevrolet and Jim and Leslie Pallante. The district would like to extend its appreciation to the Hubbard Youth Coalition for their help in facilitating this project. With a total investment of approximately $42,000, the newly transformed space now offers an array of amenities that will benefit students, athletes and the entire school community.


The renovation project, which has been a labor of love for the Hubbard community, reflects the commitment to providing students with state-of-the-art facilities that foster excellence in academics and athletics.


Key highlights of the renovation and expansion include:

  • Performance and Rehabilitation Area: The locker room now boasts a dedicated turf area, providing a versatile space for indoor sports practice and training regardless of the weather conditions outside.

  • Enhanced Fitness Equipment: The renovation includes the addition of new and upgraded weightlifting equipment, assault bikes, rowing machines and treadmills.

  • Multi-Purpose Space: The revamped area now serves as a multi-purpose facility, accommodating high school athletic teams, teachers, staff, and various classes that can utilize the space for a wide range of educational and fitness-related activities.


Athletic director Kevin Hogue expressed his gratitude, saying, "This renovation and expansion project is a testament to the dedication and generosity of our community. We are immensely grateful to the football booster organizations, Greenwood's Hubbard Chevrolet and the Pallante family whose contributions have transformed our training areas. This space will not only benefit our athletes but also enhance the overall educational experience at Hubbard High School.”





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