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Welcome to Grandview Bulldog Stadium!

A ribbon cutting ceremony made it official for the Grandview community.  The Grandview High athletic stadium opened its doors for the first time since being newly renovated.  The enhancements include new bleachers, a new press box and a state of the art digital scoreboard.  
After the ceremony there was a Homecoming matchup between the Grandview Bulldogs and Pleasant Hill Roosters at that ended in a victory for the Bulldogs. 
The stadium renovations cost a total of about $2-million.  Funds for the project were made possible from the 2017 bond issue the majority of the community supported. 
The district is hoping that the scoreboard portion of the project will also be funded through sponsorship opportunities that include naming rights, digital advertising and more.  For interest in advertising in the stadium please call Central Office at 816-316-5000.  
Click here for pictures of the event.
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