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    With the current statewide mask mandate ALL spectators are expected to wear masks indoors and outdoors when spacing cannot be maintained. Please be patient with us as we navigate the many hurdles this year may present. We will update when any changes occur. Our priority is to ensure our student athletes get to compete in their full athletic seasons.

    Thank you again for your support, and go Oakers!

     

    Indoor or Outdoor

    • Students are not required to wear a mask indoors or outdoors when practicing or playing a competitive sport at any level, including cheerleading and dance/drill.  Students not actively participating (i.e., on the sideline during an indoor or outdoor competition, etc.) are required to wear a mask.  Students are required to wear a mask when in the weight room.

     Indoor

    • Coaches and support staff, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask during indoor practices and competitions.  This includes weight training regardless of location.
    • Spectators (5 years or older) are required to wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status, at indoor practices and competitions.
    • Students are not required to wear a mask indoors when playing an instrument that requires the mouth.  Choir students are required to wear a mask during indoor practices but are exempt from this requirement for performances.

     Outdoor

    • Coaches and support staff, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask during outdoor practices and competitions when 6’ of physical distance cannot be maintained.
    • Spectators (5 years or older) are required to wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status, at outdoor practices and competitions when 6’ of physical distance cannot be maintained.

    At this time, capacity limits are not mandated for indoor or outdoor events but increased physical distancing and ventilation can help limit the possibility of spread, especially when case counts are high in the community.

    GO OAKERS!!!!!

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