Braves News · Covid-19 guidelines in regards to all Fall sports


Orange County Public Schools have announced

Orange County Public Schools have announced Covid-19 guidelines in regards to all Fall sports. Listed below are some of the general topics that will be in place starting with competition the week of September 14th, but further details will come from the head coaches of each sport as we get closer to the beginning of the regular seasons.

 

Student-Athlete Expectations:

All student-athletes will have multiple masks with them at all times and will need to wear them as they enter athletic facilities or buses for both practices and games. Social distancing procedures will outlined with the teams and individual water bottles or jugs should be brought with them to all activities.

 

Tickets- Varsity Football/Freshmen, JV and Varsity Girls Volleyball

Every student-athlete on each squad will receive two tickets to each game that they participate in, whether that is a home or away contest. Distribution procedures are still being formulated, and the head coach of each team will share that information as we near the start of the season. Ideally, those tickets should be given to immediate family members, but there are no restrictions in place to govern who receives those from the athlete.

There will not be a charge for tickets during the Fall season.

 

Concessions

Per district policy, only bottled drinks will be allowed to be sold on game nights. Boone High School is currently looking at options in regards to this new procedure and families of the student-athletes will be notified once a decision is reached.

 

Swim Meets

The City of Orlando has set pool deck capacity at 50 people per facility. That will include athletes, coaches and lane volunteers. Coach Martinac will be sharing further procedures closer to the first swim meet of the season.

 

We will have more information as it pertains to spectator expectations once it is received and will make sure that we share that on our social media platforms.

 

-19 guidelines in regards to all Fall sports. Listed below are some of the general topics

that will be in place starting with competition the week of September 14th, but further details will come from the head coaches of each sport as we get closer to the beginning of the regular seasons.

 

Student-Athlete Expectations:

All student-athletes will have multiple masks with them at all times and will need to wear them as they enter athletic facilities or buses for both practices and games. Social distancing procedures will outlined with the teams and individual water bottles or jugs should be brought with them to all activities.

 

Tickets- Varsity Football/Freshmen, JV and Varsity Girls Volleyball

Every student-athlete on each squad will receive two tickets to each game that they participate in, whether that is a home or away contest. Distribution procedures are still being formulated, and the head coach of each team will share that information as we near the start of the season. Ideally, those tickets should be given to immediate family members, but there are no restrictions in place to govern who receives those from the athlete.

There will not be a charge for tickets during the Fall season.

 

Concessions

Per district policy, only bottled drinks will be allowed to be sold on game nights. Boone High School is currently looking at options in regards to this new procedure and families of the student-athletes will be notified once a decision is reached.

 

Swim Meets

The City of Orlando has set pool deck capacity at 50 people per facility. That will include athletes, coaches and lane volunteers. Coach Martinac will be sharing further procedures closer to the first swim meet of the season.

 

We will have more information as it pertains to spectator expectations once it is received and will make sure that we share that on our social media platforms.