Sevastopol school leaders have planned more than two hours of activities to celebrate two years of construction around the stadium.
The fun will start at 5 pm on Friday, Sept. 30, prior to the Homecoming game against Suring. Brooke Tanck, Sevastopol Schools’ athletic director and gifted-and-talented coordinator, invites community members, parents and school supporters to a tailgate party with hot dogs and soft drinks served at the newly completed concession stand. Children can also enjoy the new playground between the school buildings and the stadium while a disc jockey plays music, and all are welcome to enjoy the traditional Homecoming bonfire.
Miron Construction has the bulk of the work done in completing a $1 million building near the stadium entrance that houses the concession stand, an enclosed ticket booth, modern restrooms for the public, a private room for referees, and a small training room that will allow some privacy when trainers examine players for potential injuries. Also, the teams’ trainers can store supplies in the building near the west end zone, and Sevastopol trainer Jordan Dielmann won’t need to pull a wagon filled with medical gear up and down the sidelines.