Leslie Barnes, the district's assistant superintendent for business services and chief financial officer, told school board members Tuesday night that plans to build a stadium in time for the start of the 2013 football season at Pomona and Garey high schools are on schedule.
However, the district has encountered delays in the approval of plans for the stadium at Diamond Ranch.
The Department of the State Architect, which must approve school construction projects, has found the Diamond Ranch project a more difficult location to work with because the school is located on a hillside, Barnes said.
The other two campuses are located on flat terrain.
Some parents are concerned the Diamond Ranch project will not be ready in time for current juniors to play on.
But district Superintendent Richard Martinez and school board members said they will do whatever is necessary to make sure Diamond Rancho High has a stadium on time.
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