LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Clark County School District says it will not allow students to play any sports where close contact cannot be avoided while Gov. Steve Sisolak's stay-at-home order remains in place.
That directive is set to go until at least Feb. 15.
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CCSD officials say the priority is to ensure a high level of instruction to the students. They also say if the kids can't be face to face for classes then it wouldn't be responsible to have them playing sports.
Read the full statement sent to parents on Tuesday below:
The Governor’s Stay at Home 2.0 directive, remains in place until at least February 15, 2021. Under the terms of that directive, CCSD will not allow students to play any sports where close contact can not be avoided.
This position is also in alignment with the NIAA letter dated January 25, 2021.
Furthermore, the District’s priority is to ensure a high level of instruction for our students. If students are not in our classrooms under face-to-face instruction, it would not be responsible to have them playing sports.