Curley K-8 Offers New Track, Field for Boston 2024

A crowd of proud parents, teachers, community members and students gathered to cut the ribbon on the new playing field at Curley K-8 School on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014.

A crowd of proud parents, teachers, community members and students gathered to cut the ribbon on the new playing field at Curley K-8 School on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014. Credit: Chris Helms

With the proposal, the neighborhood could see equestrian competitions and the pentathlon at Franklin Park and the prestigious track and field events at the Curley School.

“Parents believe this will be a perfect way to spread the message of international peace while raising some money for photocopying paper as well,” read a report on the offer by Curley parent Heshan Berents-Weearamuni.

No word yet on how Olympic bid organizers are reacting to the invitation, made public on Wednesday, April 1.

In an innovative move to enhance Boston’s 2024 Olympic bid, and to raise money for Boston Public Schools, the Curley K-8 School Parent Council today offered the use of our playing field and running track to the USOC as Boston2024’s venue for the Olympic track and field events.

Read more at: www.curleyk8.com

  • Christine Poff

    Love it!