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Author Topic: Petition To Allow Spectators At School Sports Events  (Read 1239 times)

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Petition To Allow Spectators At School Sports Events
Topic: August 03, 2020, 09:40:48 AM
Parents need not apply, you are not welcome.



While PIAA has moved forward with opening fall school sports for practice and playing, the governor ordered no spectators allowed for any program. As parents we want an explanation why we are not allowed to attend with proper PPE and distancing measures. Football, soccer, baseball, basketball, ice hockey etc. venues all have more than adequate space to distance more than 6 feet from one another.

Have your voice heard and sign the petition
https://www.change.org/p/governor-tom-wolf-allow-spectators-at-piaa-events
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Reply #1:
 August 03, 2020, 10:19:01 AM
Just stop.
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Reply #2:
 August 03, 2020, 10:55:41 AM
Parents need not apply, you are not welcome.



While PIAA has moved forward with opening fall school sports for practice and playing, the governor ordered no spectators allowed for any program. As parents we want an explanation why we are not allowed to attend with proper PPE and distancing measures. Football, soccer, baseball, basketball, ice hockey etc. venues all have more than adequate space to distance more than 6 feet from one another.

Have your voice heard and sign the petition
https://www.change.org/p/governor-tom-wolf-allow-spectators-at-piaa-events

Dork.
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Reply #3:
 August 03, 2020, 11:36:35 AM
Parents are allowed at baseball games.  I know where we are spectators and participation is controlled by the county not Wolf.
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Reply #4:
 August 03, 2020, 11:41:23 AM
Parents are allowed at baseball games.  I know where we are spectators and participation is controlled by the county not Wolf.

*** correction, township not county.***
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Reply #5:
 August 03, 2020, 12:02:37 PM
Maybe local sports but not PIAA. It comes directly from Wolf COVID-19 Guidance for Sports

Pre-K to 12 School Sports
Pre-K to 12 (PK-12) school sports under the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) and the Pennsylvania Independent Schools Athletic Association (PISAA) are permitted to resume in counties designated in the Yellow and Green phases, in alignment with the PDE Preliminary Guidance for Phased Reopening of Pre-K to 12 Schools and the CDC Considerations for Youth Sports. This also applies to amateur high school boxers under the authority of the State Athletic Commission (SAC).

The decision to resume sports-related activities, including conditioning, practices and games, is the discretion of a school entity’s governing body. Each school entity must develop and adopt an Athletics Health and Safety Plan aligning to the PDE Preliminary Guidance for Phased Reopening of Pre-K to 12 Schools prior to conducting sports-related activities with students. The plan must include the provisions of this guidance, be approved by the local governing body of the school entity, and be posted on the school entity’s publicly available website. The plan does not need to be submitted to DOH or PDE for approval.

Any sports-related activities in Yellow or Green phased counties must adhere to the gathering limitations set forth by the Governor’s Plan for Phased Reopening (25 in yellow, 250 outdoors and 25 indoors in green) and the facility as a whole may not exceed 50% of total occupancy otherwise permitted by law. During the Yellow and Green phases of reopening, sports-related activities at the PK-12 level are limited to student athletes, coaches, officials, and staff only. The addition of visitors and spectators will be contingent upon future health conditions within the state and local communities.

This guidance is preliminary; as more public health information is available, the administration may work with impacted entities to release further guidance which could impact fall, winter, or spring seasons.
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Reply #6:
 August 03, 2020, 01:52:04 PM
Well SHSHL are all club teams which the PIAA does not recognize so you think hockey would be good to go.  Though the league would probably follow those guidelines even though the PIAA doesn’t recognize them 🤣
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Reply #7:
 August 05, 2020, 03:40:10 PM
Well this is a huge distinction....is it 25% of capacity or 25 total people?  You must admit that logically why would 25 people be allowed in a broom closet apartment but also only 25 people in a giant 30,000 sq. ft. rink?  25% of capacity make much more sense when you think about this example, correct?
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Reply #8:
 August 05, 2020, 04:10:38 PM
Well SHSHL are all club teams which the PIAA does not recognize so you think hockey would be good to go.  Though the league would probably follow those guidelines even though the PIAA doesn’t recognize them 🤣

High school hockey leagues has always followed piaa protocols for play. The teams in the leagues not so much
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