FieldTurf offers the safest artificial turf system available today. An independent, five-year safety study of competitive high school football showed that when compared to natural grass the FieldTurf system leads to:
The current grass surface is susceptible to unpredictable climate conditions, which limits its playability to a single sport. Historically, every spring, the field is renovated to recapture the condition that we desire for the fall season. This reconditioning of the field causes it to be unused for the entire spring and summer.
A new artificial turf field would accommodate three times the number of students to use the field for athletic practices and events (football, soccer, marching band, lacrosse, softball, baseball). The field would also be used for Phys. Ed classes, youth programs, and other community events. A turf field would be far more accessible year-round for students and community members.
Field Turf Rendering
If you prefer to donate by check, please make your check out to the Cedarburg Athletic Booster Club and mail it to:
Cedarburg Athletic Booster Club
P.O. Box 366
Cedarburg, WI 53012
Mission Statement : We are committed to providing CSD students with high quality athletic/activity facilities to maximize the student experience.
Athletics/Activities Director Jon Hannam
A new turf field will allow three times the number of students to use the field for athletic practices and events (football, boys/girls soccer, softball, baseball, boys/girls lacrosse, cheerleading, dance and youth football). The main benefactors will be our Phy. Ed classes and marching band, which currently have very limited access. Turf fields provide a consistent playing surface, which greatly reduce the risk of injury. Simply put, a turf field provides many additional opportunities for our students within the Cedarburg School District.”
“We currently have a capacity issue as we schedule practices and games during the spring sport season. With the increased amount of sport offerings during the spring sport season in combination with our unpredictable weather in southeastern Wisconsin, all spring teams would greatly benefit from field turf as a place to practice or play games.