Based on recent gubernatorial directives, Nevada Guidance for Adult and Youth Sports, and NIAA sport-specific guidelines, high schools will allow visiting fans, as well as home fans, as spectators at spring season athletic events hosted on their campuses. Spectators will not be allowed at intramural events.
Schools will have site-based authority to implement plans for such action that is in alignment with current gubernatorial, NIAA, and CCSD directives. Schools must adhere to current capacity limits, face coverings, and social distancing. Health screenings and other mitigation practices must stay in full effect. Schools will continue to use their previously approved “Return to Play Plans with Spectators” and will communicate the expectations and limitations with their colleagues, opponents, and fans.
Additionally, CCSD Athletics is grateful for the partnerships we have with organizations that allow us to host athletic events at their facilities such as local golf courses and swimming facilities. We appreciate the efforts they are putting forth to work with our schools and, at the same time, abide by COVID-19 restrictions.
CCSD will be abiding by all regulations, restrictions, and spectator policies implemented at each golf course, swim facility and other non-District facilities.
Intramural Fall sports
April 5 – May 1, 2021
20 days of practice culminating in a one-hour intrasquad competition
Football Intramural window is earlier to allow for the yearly helmets and pads to be reconditioned in time for the regular 2021-22 fall season
Intramural Fall sports
May 3 – 22, 2021
Sports include: boys and girls tennis, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls cross country and girls volleyball
Staggered to avoid forcing students to choose a single sport
These intramural/intrasquad sports will have a 20-day practice/competition window
Practices to begin April 3, 2021
Competition to begin April 16, 2021
The following sports: boys and girls track, boys and girls swimming, boys and girls diving, baseball, softball, boys golf and boys volleyball
CCSD will allow home team spectators, including parents, at Spring sporting events and performing arts events. Occupancy restrictions, social distancing, and the wearing of face masks will need to be followed. Spectators will not be permitted at intramural activities.
School athletics will follow all guidelines from CCSD, the state, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA).
All coaches and adults associated with the team will have to have a negative test before activities begin.