SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) --
The South Portland Schools Superintendent will bring a proposed plan to increase revenue to their district's sports budget to the meeting on February 8.
The plan would create corporate sponsorships, where local businesses could buy ad space at the South Portland High School football field and gymnasium.
Athletic Director Todd Livingston said the plan could help lessen the burden of fundraising by booster clubs.
"Any cost over a certain amount, our boosters are responsible for, and those can be significant," said Livingston. "They often fund some of the essential items that we have to have in place for our student-athletes safety."